What is the best government auction site?

GSA Auctions is the best online auction website for government surplus items because it’s an official government website run by the General Services Administration.

Is Gov planet legit?

GovPlanet is a leading online auction marketplace for buying and selling used construction and agricultural equipment. Unlike other auction companies, our equipment is inspected & guaranteed. Our convenient, reliable, and easy-to-use auction approach minimizes hassles and maximizes both buyer and seller satisfaction.

Why are bank repossessed cars so cheap?

Another reason why buying a repossessed car is affordable is because lenders usually want to get the money they lost from the sale. When calculating pricing, most auction houses will calculate based on the vehicle’s current trade value, mileage and condition.

Where are public vehicle auctions held in California?

Public Auctions of state surplus vehicles and mobile equipment are held at the Davis Auction Yard located behind the CalFire Equipment facility. To receive e-mail notification of upcoming Surplus Automotive Equipment auctions, subscribe your email address to the Attend Public Vehicle Auctions page.

How often do Southern California Department of Transportation auctions occur?

Southern California auctions are held approximately every 60 days at: For more information and upcoming auction dates, please visit the auction contractors’ website: For questions about Department of Transportation equipment sales, please contact: Email: [email protected]

How do I ask questions about public vehicle auctions?

Questions can be asked on each auction listing under the “Questions and Answers” section. To receive email notification of upcoming vehicle and mobile equipment auctions, subscribe your email address to the Attend Public Vehicle Auctions page.

Where can I find photos of the vehicles sold at auction?

Please visit the auctioneer’s site for photos of the vehicles and mobile equipment at GovDeals website for State of California. All vehicles and lot items are sold “AS IS,” WHERE IS.” There are no warranties (expressed or implied), adjustments, repairs, refunds, or exchanges.