I love a good deal. I get so excited about saving money that I tell everyone I know and recommend they do the same. If you're in the market for new vehicle, like I am, then you should know about public car auctions, as there are no deals like this on the dealer's lot.
You can spend so much on vehicles anymore that I honestly wonder how some people afford them. I now wonder if these people knew about public car auctions, where they could have saved eighty, ninety percent off the sticker price. The reason these auctions can sell vehicles for so little is simple: they have to.
The economy has made it more common for people to default on their auto loans and repossession of these vehicles is at an all time high. For people in the market to buy, like you and I, that's not all bad news as the lending companies need to sell the cars they now own. There are too many and the companies are trying to liquidate and move on to the next, so the prices are unbelievable and I'm not being dramatic when I say that either.
If you go to Seize Cars, you'll see for yourself; you may have already seen this on TV, but if you haven't, then you should learn more and search for the next public car auction in your area (you can do this on their website also). If you do some research you'll quickly see this market for buying has been around a while and is used by many people, who will attest to the thousands they have saved. Take care of your bottom line in this economy by at least considering this option and attending an auction. Buying isn't mandatory, so what do you have to lose?
Keith Gray is an expert on government car auctions and the director of popular blog SeizedGovernmentGoodsOnSale.Com . He provides honest information and advice on things like government seized cars and more. Check out his site for more info!