Yes, in some cases. Purchasers buy the right, title, and interest to a vehicle, subject to any and all recorded liens.
A vehicle subject to a lien remains subject to the lien after sale. Any vehicle with a lien may be subject to repossession by the lien holder. The Sheriff is not responsible for notifying bidders about liens on vehicles. Purchasers are not responsible for any outstanding parking tickets that were issued to the former registered owner of the vehicle.
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Vehicles are sold to the highest bidder. Each sale is final once the highest bid is accepted.
If there is a dispute about the highest bid between two or more bidders, the bidding process will begin again. We will waive sales tax if you present a resale certificate. In many cases, you may need to tow the auctioned vehicles from the yard. Vehicle keys are not available. If you do not take the vehicle within 96 hours after pm of the auction date, it will be considered abandoned and will be removed. Once you remove a vehicle from the tow yard, you cannot park it on the street or drive it unless the owner has proper registration and license plates.
In fact, you may end up paying more than market price if you don't take care not to overbid. This is where unsalable cars go to die. As Edmunds. It just means lemons are out there, so be suitably suspicious and thorough in your inspection.
You will need cash or an approved loan, if your bid wins. If you plan to pay with a loan you have already secured from your bank, be prepared to cover a deposit once your bid wins. Find out in advance which credit cards are acceptable for this purpose.
There will also be taxes, title and registration fees. Independent agents work with several insurers, and can comparison shop for you, for free. Everything shines. Cars are often touched up, buffed and polished to a sheen for auction. This does not guarantee a solid car. Always check the car history, and see if VINs match between the dash, door and other points of identification.
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There are all kinds of masks and foils that can make a faulty engine seem clean and sound. If you don't know the tricks that sellers may use to hide trouble, bring a friend who does or stick to used car dealerships. There are no guarantees or warranties at public auctions. Banks own the best inventory at the best prices , in general. They are usually repossessed cars and trucks that the lender just wants to sell at a decent price to recoup losses. More search options Browse our sale catalogues. Manage your saved searches Your saved searches will appear here.
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