Should I Buy a Car at A Car Auction?
Car/Auto Auctions have been around for years and dealers get a lot of stock from auctions.
But for the average person buying a car from an auction is not so simple.
Yes, you can get a cheaper car, but you the reason it is cheaper is that you are not getting all the guarantees. Basically, you bid on it. You own it.
If you are a conservative person without much experience in motor vehicles, I would recommend that you do not just go out and buy a car from an auction.
However, if you have a mechanical eye, good observation and are willing to familiarize yourself with the process, then it can be a good way to pick up a bargain.
If you don't like the car you can usually sell it again and get your money back, even with a profit.
I have bought and sold several cars at auctions with great results and you can too. If you really want to get the lowdown before you start, then I recommend you read my book Motor Auction Profit Secrets. This will prepare you and incidentally also shows you how to profit from this activity as well.
Check it out.
About the Author
Graeme Sprigge is the author of The 90 Minute Car Salesman. His latest book is a guide to auto auction profits.
Copyright 2005 Graeme J. Sprigge<
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