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I'm sure you've probably heard at least a couple of times, the term Public Car Auctions. At these auctions cars are sold for pennies on the dollar. You may have wondered how the whole concept works in comparison with some of the other ways to purchase automobiles.

I've known people who have bought really nice cars that seemed to be outside of their budgets. Most of them will be reluctant to tell you exactly how they purchased the vehicle, because they want to keep that part a secret. What's their inside connection? How can you get the same beautiful car for dirt cheap without having to make payments?

If this sounds familiar, you're probably dealing with someone who has actually bought the same car that was once bought at regular price, and got it for a heck of a lot cheaper through a Government auction.

Usually, if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is right? Not necessarily. I once heard that knowledge is power. This is a very true statement. The difference between getting something you want and not getting it, could very well be based on the information you know.

The way it works is, the government has various ways to confiscate the items of people who don't hold up to their tax obligations, criminals who get these vehicles illegally, and so on. Not just vehicles, but homes, boats, furniture, and many things that can be considered valuable.

The government then has to get rid of these items, but usually don't have the place or money to store them. This is where you come in. You can get these same vehicles for pennies on the dollar legally. The government agencies win and so do you!

Now like at any other auction, these cars are usually sold as is. That's OK. For the price you'll pay, a quick inspection and other vehicle information is really all you need to make an informed decision.

Now the chance that you'll get a sparkling new Benz for $200 is probably unrealistic, but not impossible. It all depends on who is competing for the bid, and what the minimum bid prices are. Those familiar with Ebay know how this works.

So, as stated before, these car auctions can be a great place to find your new or used car for dirt cheap. Knowing this information gives you a great deal of purchasing and bargaining power. Compare that with the leverage you might have at a typical car dealership, where the salesman tells you what you can and can't buy.

It's pretty simple really. Use common since as with any auto purchasing decision, and have a little patience. With the right car at the right time and place, you could feel like you just won the lottery. Maybe you can get that new Benz for only $200...

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