The types of vehicles Insurance Auto Auctions offers include automobiles, motorcycles, commercial cars and recreational cars, according to its website. The drop-down category menu on the site?s home page features specific vehicles types such as boats, classic cars, clean-title vehicles and flood vehicles.
Other types of vehicles available through Insurance Auto Auctions include heavy trucks, high-end cars, jet skis and fleet vehicles, as shown on its website. Additional category options include motor homes, snowmobiles, travel trailers, lease cars and repossessed vehicles. Users can also search vehicles using the transmission, years of usage, loss type and odometer filter options.
To bid and buy a car, a person must register on the website, choose a vehicle, and use a bidding option to join auctions where the individual meets the licensing requirements, instructs Insurance Auto Auctions. Members may also buy a car from the I-Buy Fast list. After paying for the vehicle, a person claims and transports the car or hires a transportation and shipping vendor.
Established in 1982, Insurance Auto Auctions boasts more than 150 corporate-owned auction facilities throughout the United States and Canada, and it is considered one of the top salvage vehicle auctions in North America, states the website. The company partners with dealerships, rental companies, fleet lease firms and insurance companies to sell vehicles quickly at the most favorable prices.