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Uploaded by: libertyauctionh0 on May 19, 2012
Auto auctions find cars that have been given up by their owners for one reason or another and put them up for sale. This is the basic premise of all auto auctions, find one and you've got a good chance of getting a great deal. That said, not all auto auctions find the same kind of cars, so you need to know whether you're dealing with a regular auctions, government, police, or repossessed. Government auctions are when cars in the government's possession are sold off. There's tendency for people to think that these auto auctions find cars that were once used by criminals, which is true of police auctions. These, though, consist mostly of two sorts of cars.
The first type of car typically found in government auctions is the repossessed car. These are cars that have been taken by the government for various reasons, usually tax related, which is why you aren't seeing them in police auctions. The most typical source of these is the IRS, but there are other places where these kinds of auctions find cars.
The second type of car found here are cars that were formerly used by the government. This is actually the best kind of cars that these sorts of auto auctions find, because unlike those found at police auctions, these cars usually have low mileage and very little wear.
Police auctions are a different sort of animal than govt auctions, and are what most people are thinking of when they think of cars being auctioned off. These find you looking at cars that the police have taken possession of. Unlike the cars you find at govt auctions, the cars at police auctions have typically come from criminals who have been arrested, more often than not drug dealers.
Unlike government auctions, police auctions tend to have cars that have a little more wear and tear on them, but these kinds of auto auctions find cars that are much nicer than