Local auction houses are a likely source of auctions for repossessed cars. Calling the transportation or police department to find out if they offer public options is another method, as is consulting auction websites suc... More »

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The best place to purchase repossessed cars is at auto auctions, according to CarsDirect. There are a few different types of auctions from which to choose, including bank auctions, police auctions and public auctions. So... More »

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Some states have laws that allow consumers to reinstate their car loans, essentially buying back the vehicle after it is repossessed, according to the Federal Trade Commission. To do so, the consumer must pay the past du... More »

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While the specific requirements of car auctions can vary based on the auction itself, most generally involve registering to participate and placing bids on cars during the designated time. The individual with the highest... More »

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To locate auctions in Ohio, go to the Ohio Auctioneers Association website at OhioAuctioneers.org, click on the Find Auction menu item, and search by keyword for the type of auction or a category of items for sale, or by... More »

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The cheapest salvage cars can often be found using auction websites, local auctions or dealers specializing in salvage vehicles. Sites such as eBay let the buyer compare car prices and search for the least expensive. Thi... More »

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Although you cannot trust online auctions entirely, auction websites such as eBay often provide tools to help users decide whether or not a seller is trustworthy. EBay lets prospective buyers view the seller's feedback f... More »

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