We’ve seen it again and again: when you buy impound cars for sale at auctions, many people fail to save any real money, that is a few thousand bucks on a $10,000 to $$15,000 valued car. Or in other words, not that many people will be able to save more than 5%-10% off the blue book value of a car or truck, simply because:
- they are not targeting the right auctions
- they don’t cover available auctions effectively
- they do not know how to prepare and actually bid to keep prices low.
Let me address each point so you can buy impound cars for sale and effectively save:
1. Some impound car auctions will restrict their attendance to car resale dealers. Some others will only feature actual used police cars for sale, and then others will only have vehicles that you are not interested in. To know what is going to be listed as impound cars for sale in a particular auction, find out ahead of time by browsing the auction’s description with a good membership site featuring full details on all listed auctions.
2. The chances to hit a single auction and be able to buy impound cars for sale (that is the exact vehicle you are looking for) at a very low price is pretty slim. You need to be able to cover several impound auctions in your area, city, county, state and nationally. To save time, find out which ones feature the cars or vehicles you are looking for ahead of time. Again, you can do this with a good membership site.
3. “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail”, as they say. You have to prepare not only to be able to register for an auction, but also to know how to check out the vehicles listed before the auction begins. Also, if you do not know how to keep the bidding under control, how can you save any real money. There are simply too many points to list here on how to bid effectively and save real money, but you can learn this very easily with this free 5-part auction guide.
Yes, you can buy impound cars for sale at auctions and save thousands of dollars, but only if you know the insider tricks.