The Cop Auctions have some of the best cars at the cheapest rates. These vehicles are government surplus stock, lost property or confiscated vehicles. The government has a dedicated website for information on these properties and the auctions are also advertised locally for the benefit of the public who may be interested in buying these vehicles. The confiscated or repossessed vehicles are sold at repo car auction which are mainly for these government confiscated properties.
Cop Auctions also have vehicles that were once part of the police fleet and which are now being disposed of as they have to be replaced by newer models. So apart from confiscated vehicles which are auctioned at the repo car auction, these police fleet cars can be bought at Cop Auctions, Government car auctions and US Government car auctions.
A variety of luxury items
The Cop Auctions do not have only vehicles for auctioning but also properties and other luxury items like boats and aircrafts and multimillion dollar stuff, which have been confiscated and are disposed at various auctions like the Government car auctions and US Government car auctions. These items are sold to increase the revenue of the departments and also to save the cost for the government of storage and maintenance of these properties, especially the vehicles.
Because of the cost that the government is burdened with as long as the vehicles remain unsold, the prices that the vehicles are sold at is far below the market value and you could get yourself one for less than half the present day retail value.
However before you bid for any product at the Government car auctions or US Government car auctions, even though you get them at rock bottom prices it is always better to do some research to find out the market value before you start bidding at the auction. Apart from this it is also good to do an inspection of the vehicle that you want to buy, so that you know that it is in the condition that it appears to be and that you will not regret buying it later and find that you have had to spend more money on it than anticipated.