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What car auctions are held in Dallas?

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Some of the car auctions in Dallas, Texas, include Trinity Public Auto Auction and Dealer's Choice Auto Auction. There is also a Dallas police department auction, which occurs every other Monday.

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In order to bid at the Trinity Public Auto Auction, a bidder must have a valid government identification, driver's license or passport, and a $200 cash deposit. The auction runs every Saturday morning, and a preview occurs on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning before the auction. The winning bidder must pay the sale price plus a buyer's premium fee in addition to various fees, tax, title, license and registration.

Dealer Choice Auto Auction also holds a car auction in Dallas each week, but also sells cars during the week, similar to a dealership. The auction boasts more than 400 cars available each day, and to buy at auction, a buyer must provide a driver's license and payment information. Most locations take both cash and credit or debit cards. All of the cars for auction are available on the company website, and mechanics are welcome to inspect vehicles before a purchase occurs.

The City of Dallas police department also holds weekly auctions at the Auto Pound. To participate, a buyer must register, make full payment within an hour of the purchase and arrange for a wrecker to remove the car following the purchase.

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