Government Car Auctions are Becoming Popular

Sydney, Australia (PressExposure) August 13, 2009 -- There are confiscated autos of all makes and models that the government is selling to the public. The vehicles for sale generally have a clean title and you can get a car for up to 95 percent off of the retail price. The Gov-Auctions website has an auction directory listings in your area and state. The information offered will save you many hours of research in locating reputable "offline/live" and "online" Government related auctions.

The site has a search function so that you can see the sorts of bargains that buyers have achieved at auction. It will also give you auction guides and information about the auction process so that you can become a confident bidder and buyer. Many of the auctions start at $100 dollars and usually the cars are only 2-3 years old. This is the largest resource of its kind in the US.

Most of these cars are seized by FBI, IRS, DEA and police departments around the country and usually auctioned off to the general public. There are even testimonials on the site from satisfied customers that have used this service to get a quality car that is clean and up to 95 percent off retail price. This is a very good deal for those who want to purchase a quality car without the high markup of an auto dealer. When dealing with the government you know that you will be dealing with a reputable seller.

So why not visit now and find out for yourself just how fast you can find a car. You will be amazed at the quality of the cars that you do find for sale at Government auctions. In a short space of time, you can sign up find the car of your choice and start bidding on the auction. You will be pleasantly surprised by what you can achieve by purchasing at a Government Auction. Your next car awaits!


Visit to find cheap pre-owned and seized cars that you can get for as less as $100 by bidding online at government auctions of such vehicles.

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Press Release Submitted On: August 12, 2009 at 12:46 pm
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