#salvage auto auction
Wholesale Dealer, Salvage and Police Auto Auctions
Wholesale Dealer, Salvage and Police Auto Auctions have traditionally been available only to licensed auto dealers. At Interstate Auto Auction our auctions are available to the public. That means you get the opportunity to purchase a high-quality, well-maintained auto at wholesale prices just like an auto dealer!
Types of Auto Auctions
While Interstate Auto Auction runs a public auto auction every week, the cars available at auction come from a variety of .sources in including auto dealers, police auctions and salvage auctions.
What are Auto Dealer Auctions?
Auto Dealer Auctions, also called a wholesale auto auction, are auto auctions that have traditionally been available only to car dealers. Interstate Auto Auction has cars available from wholesale and auto dealer auctions. The types of cars we get from a wholesale or dealer auto auction usually fall into three categories:
- Cars that are returned after their lease expires.
- Brands of used cars that a dealer received as a trade in, but does not normally sell.
- Used cars over 4 years old that auto dealers don’t want on their lots.
What are Police Auto Auctions?
Police auto auctions, sometimes called government auctions, include impounded cars and/or decommissioned cars that the police or government agency no longer wants. These cars often provide a good buying opportunity. Interstate Auto Auction makes it easier to check on the history of cars from police auto auctions by providing the vehicle identification number (VIN number) of the autos for sale, so you can get vehicle history reports on the cars that interest you before the auction.
What are Salvage Auto Auctions?
Salvage auto auctions, sometimes called insurance auto auctions, are usually open only to licensed auto dealers. One of the sources for cars at Interstate Auto Auction are salvage cars. Salvage cars, are cars that have been involved in accident. Interstate Auto Auction makes it easier to check on the history of a car, by providing the vehicle identification number (VIN number) of the autos for sale, so you can get vehicle history reports on the cars that interest you before the auction.