New Website Shows How to Save Thousands for a Vehicle

Irving, TX (PressExposure) March 28, 2011 -- There's a new website that shows anyone who's interested how to save thousands of dollars on the purchase of their next vehicle. These methods were once only available to used car dealers. [] helps people learn how they can tap into government excess by purchasing government- and bank-seized vehicles that are auctioned each month. Included among these vehicles are cars, trucks, and SUVs that are usually always in excellent condition.

The creator of the website, Matthew Hesser, says that their main purpose is to give people information that until recently was not given out to the public. "The aim of the website is to present people with important information that will let them save literally thousands of dollars when they make their next purchase of a vehicle, one that is in great condition. Unfortunately, until now this information could only be accessed by used car dealers. Now, it can be accessed by anyone that wants to use it to save money, lots of money on their next automobile purchase. It could not have come at a better time what with the economy as it is."

It is simple to create a membership to the site, allowing you access to all the pertinent information available, including car auctions and sales that can be found in your local area. The vehicles that are for sale are decommissioned vehicles that were once used by government employees such as the police and other government officials or vehicles that had been financed by a bank but the owners let them fall into default. This makes up a large number of vehicles that have been well cared for and need to be sold.

The cost of having these vehicles in storage is too high to justify, so they are sold at auction for a small amount to the public. They usually come with up-to-date papers, insurance and clear titles. Every once in a while there may be a vehicle that is an older models, or that they determine they will sell 'as is.' These are often cheaper than the newer models that are in excellent shape. But still they are a great deal for the person looking for car parts to repair other vehicles.

Matthew Hesser has allowed for this site to be open and available to the public, and urges anyone thinking of purchasing a new car or truck to visit before making their purchase.



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Press Release Submitted On: March 28, 2011 at 7:16 am
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