As cars sold at Surplus Auto Auctions are those that have been confiscated for nonpayment of loans or from those who have been convicted of crimes and illegal activities, neither are these cars old nor are they in bad condition. You can get yourself a quality used car at Surplus Auto Auctions for a much lesser price than its market value. These cars are also available at US Government car auctions for the same amazing prices. Where else would you find a BMW or a Mazda at such a rock bottom price, and especially when it is in a good condition too? Surplus Auto Auctions and US Government car auctions are the best and the cheapest place to buy a car and not worry about the legality of the deal.
A few points to keep in mind
No matter how sure you are of the vehicle you are interested in buying at the Surplus Auto Auctions or at the US Government car auctions, it may be a Merck, a BMW or a Mazda you should always conduct an inspection of the vehicle before you finalize it. You will not be allowed to take the vehicle out of the auction site, but you can inspect it at the site. You will be able to check your BMW or Mazda out and can also take along a mechanic who will know how to inspect a vehicle and find out its road worthiness.
Another important thing to remember before you start bidding for the vehicle is to find out the market price. Do not start your bidding until you know what the value of the car is. There is no point in paying more than you need to, as then the whole purpose of going to a US Government car auctions or a Surplus Auto Auctions is lost. Start your bidding as low as possible so that the bidding does not escalate to a high price. Also keep a bidding limit for yourself and do not exceed it. Even if you do not get your vehicle at this auction remember these auctions are held often and you can definitely procure it next time.