A salvage auction sells vehicles that have been deemed a total loss by their insurance company. Because the vehicle is considered a total loss, its value is exponentially less than its present-day market. Salvage auction... More »

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Buyers can visit the Copart website where auctions are held over the Internet, and physical auction locations are regularly posted and updated as they begin and end, enabling users to find them easily. The website requir... More »

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To safely auction salvage cars, get the vehicles repaired by a mechanic who is ASE-certified, submit the cars' ownership documents to the insurance company, and list them on a suitable website for auctioning. Additionall... More »

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Insurance salvage auto auctions are auction sales of vehicles that have been damaged and may be drivable, lightly damaged or repairable. Insurance Auto Auctions is one of the largest companies in the insurance auto aucti... More »

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Insurance Auto Auctions specializes in selling both total loss salvage vehicles and lightly damaged, repairable vehicles, according to Bloomberg Businessweek. The IAA Specialty Division also focuses on selling unique sal... More »

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There are many different places to find salvage title motorcycles for sale, including numerous online classified and auction websites. Some auction websites that offer salvage motorcycles for sale include eBay, CrashedTo... More »

Typical items at a Copart salvage auction include consumer vehicles such as sedans, SUV, pickup trucks and motorcycles, as of 2015. Other items that commonly appear in Copart auctions are industrial equipment, trailers, ... More »

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