There are plenty of ways you might think you can buy cheap used cars such as spending hours searching online market places such as Auto Trader, looking for that elusive bargain. But most of the time if a vehicle is going cheap there’ll be a good reason for it, such as it’s really a heap of junk.
One place you can find a genuine used bargain is at a government auction, and every month across the United States, thousands of vehicles are seized by different Government agencies (IRS, DEA, FBI) and Police departments and auctioned off to the public at incredible deals. They also sell off the vehicles such as ex-police cars when the time has come for them to be replaced.
This isn’t a place where you might hope to save a few hundred bucks; this is somewhere you can save thousands of dollars on a used vehicle and in some cases, the vehicles are sold for as much as 95% less than the book price.
Government pre-owned/surplus vehicles that are sold at these auctions are well maintained and are usually only 2-3 yrs old. A government auctions membership will provide you with immediate access to 4,000+ updated auctions nationwide that are NOT searchable elsewhere on the Internet.
The cost of membership is almost laughably low when you consider how much you can save when you buy a vehicle, so click the button below and check it out today.
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