If you’ve decided that you want to go to a local auto auction to find a great deal on a used vehicle, the next step is to find out where these auctions are located. Below you’ll learn about five great resources that will help you find an auction in your area.
Local Newspaper Classifieds
Pick up a local newspaper and find the classifieds section. Look under the “Auctions” heading to find advertisements for local auto auctions. You might even look under the “Automotive” section as there may be auto auction advertisements listed there too.
Many auction companies print out auction flyers with the location, date and time of nearby auctions and place them on bulletin boards in various businesses. The flyers may also list some of the vehicles that will be up for bids on the day of the sale. Write down the information that’s on the flyer, as well as the contact number if you have any questions before the day of the auction.
Internet Search Engines
The internet is a very helpful tool when looking for local auto auctions. Go to your favorite search engine and type “auto auctions” in the search box along with your city or town, and state. You’ll get several results and you may have to sift through them to find the information you’re looking for. Check the date and year of the auction listing to make sure it is current. Some websites don’t update their listings on a regular basis, so you may find some listings that are out of date.
Word Of Mouth
If you have friends, family members or acquaintances who buy their vehicles at auto auctions, ask them if they know of any local auctions that are coming up. Many people who regularly go to auctions will know where they’re being held. If you have a social media account, post your request there too and you may get several responses from others who are into the auction scene.
Government Auction Website
You can also visit a government auction website that lists all the auto auctions in every state. These sites compile the lists for you and it will save you a lot of time because you don’t have to search for them yourself. There is a one-time fee for this information, but it’s actually worth it, especially if you’re really serious about wanting to buy your vehicles at an auto auction.
By using the five resources above, you’ll be able to find legitimate public auto auctions in and around your area.[ad_2]