Buyer Tips

Buyer Tips

  1. Buyer is strongly urged to check out vehicles before purchasing.
  2. Buyer is responsible for verifying serial number and mileage reading on all purchases before leaving the sale.
  3. The Buyer is responsible for understanding the Bidding and Buy Now procedures.
  4. Buyer must buy vehicles through the auction block.
  5. Once a vehicle has been run through and it didn’t sell, if a Buyer is interested in buying it, the Buyer can go to the  Office with the vehicle number and they will assist in helping to purchase the vehicle.

There is no guarantee on the following:

  1. Wearable Items: The auction will not arbitrate vehicles for wearable items. For purposes of this policy wearable items are defined as parts of the vehicle that the manufacturer recognizes the need for replacement/adjustment during the expected life of the vehicle. These items are normally identified in the Owner’s Manual for routine check and replacement and would include, but are not limited to: tires, wipers, brake pads, rotors, belts, hoses, lubricants/fluids, timing belts, bulbs, filters, shocks and struts.
  2. Auction Guarantee Coverage: NO COVERAGE GUARANTEED – ALL SALES ARE FINAL!
  3. Taxi, municipal government, fire, flood, previous salvage, insurance claim paid, recreational, kits, motorcycles, boats or reconstructed vehicles. These will all be sold AS IS.
  4. The decision of the Auction Management shall be final in ALL disputes.
  5. Diesel vehicles.
  6. Vehicles with title brands.
  7. Punched gas tanks.
  8. Brakes or condition or ABS systems.
  9. Air Bags.
  10. Clutches.
  11. Air conditioning.
  12. Power accessories.
  13. Computer control units.
  14. Radios.
  15. Cruise control.
  16. Front ends.
  17. Vehicles 10 years old or older.
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