Used Car Auctions- Must Read for All Potential Buyers

If you are looking to buy a used car , the most obvious place is a Used Car auction store.
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May 3, 2008 - PRLog -- If you are looking to buy a used car , the most obvious place is a Used Car auction store. Even here there are options for you . You can either visit a dealer for auto auctions or the government. Both these places are great places to find a quality car at huge discounts, which are normally at around 90% of the retail cost.

Make sure that the car is good condition and well within your budget. Try finding out the true value of the car in market , you will be surprised that you have found an unbelievable deal.  There are numerous way of getting into used car auctions. While you may not be aware that newspaper listings aren’t the only way to do it, but there certainly are a lot of options to find out and attend auctions. To start off, you could use the newspaper, do a preview of the auction, spot out cars that you find interesting, research about the cars online and then go back to place your bid.

Another place you can look at is the online listings where live auctions are conducted. That will give you a lot of insights that a newspaper listing might not give you. All this can be done within the comforts of your home. The kind of versatility and resources that an online auction offers you on your fingertips is something very unmatchable. And you can decide on your car and that too at your price.
There are numerous advantages of an online used car auctions.

1.In an online auction, you view and bid on cars without actually being there.

2.Not limited to any specific area

3.You can do your research while you bid.

4.Almost all vehicles on these auctions come with vehicle history reports, but you should cross check them before you take the step.

Before you buy a car, always do thorough researches of the cars before you place your winning bid. Also remember from which area the car you are buying is sold. This will help you find out the delivery charges of the vehicle as well. Another thing is to check for the condition of the vehicle . This can be usually done by looking up at the preview of the cars that are up for sale. Though you cannot test drive them, you will at least eliminate cars with very obvious problems.
Check for hidden charges if there are any. There are normally charges like a buyer’s premium in a used car auction. This is apart from the auction price. Also the fees vary from auction to auction. Make sure that you have all the details about the charges. Ensure that the fees include charges for transferring the legal title into your name. Also check at the used car auction if

a) The car has any outstanding finance on it.
b) Car is on the police stolen list.
c) Car has ever been an insurance 'total loss'.
d) The car has had a number plate transfer.

Written by Robert Riles, owner of
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