– #1 Government Seized Auto Auctions

Government and Police Auctions for Cars, Trucks and SUVs

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Government seized

Sold At: Local Gov’t Auction

“Everyone should buy a car this way. I had some fun and got a great deal.”

Client: Christi H. (Laredo, TX)

Vehicle: 2015 BMW 335i

Book Value: $40,163

Purchase Price: $16,000

Savings: $24,163

Government seized

Sold At: Government Seized Auction

“I went to three of the auctions you guys provided, and I bought this Chevy that I’m going to sell and make some extra $$$”

Client: Brandon C. (Modesto, CA)

Vehicle: 2015 Chevrolet Suburban

Book Value: $36,266

Purchase Price: $17,000

Savings: $19,266

Government seized

Sold At: Seized Car Auction

“I couldn�t decide which car I wanted as there was so many but this Ford was a great deal. Thanks.”

Client: Sturgis B. (Pennsylvania)

Vehicle: 2013 Ford Focus

Book Value: $13,354

Purchase Price: $9,000

Savings: $4,354

How many auctions can I expect to find in my area/state?

In the Gov-Auctions Member’s Area you will have immediate access to direct links to many Federal and Government related vehicle auctions including seized, surplus, foreclosed, repossessed or fleet vehicles at rock bottom prices. You will have easy and direct access to the auction contact information including the different geographical locations, dates, times, websites and contact phone numbers. Use our “auction finder” to see the number of available auctions to members in each state.

So why wouldn’t everyone buy a car this way instead of going to the dealer or using classified ads?

Because this is a very protected source of revenue for the majority of car dealerships and is not advertised to the general public. However, we have gathered enough information and access rights to be able to let our members enjoy a multitude of the direct sources where one could find their next vehicle with up to 90% savings off the book value price.

Where do these vehicles come from?

Government vehicles come from a wide variety of places, but the general rule is as follows:

If a vehicle was purchased under a Federal or State government contract then it is eligible to be sold at a government auction.

When you think of all the different departments and levels of government across the United States, you realize just how many vehicles are up for auction. Some examples of where your new vehicle might have served include:

  • Federal Government
  • State Government
  • Local Councils organizations
  • Police Services/departments incl. Sheriffs/Marshalls Dep.
  • Fire & Emergency Services
  • Religious Groups & other Non-profit Organizations
  • Universities & other Educational Organizations
  • Hospitals & Ambulance Services

Also, there are 1000s of repossessed and seized vehicles that are auctioned off at these auctions.