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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An IAA insurance car auction is a car auction offered by Insurance Auto Auctions, Inc., which acquires vehicles classified as total losses, then offers them for sale to consumers. The IAA operates auctions in multiple lo... More »

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Insurance Auto Auctions is a company that conducts salvage auto auctions, according to the company's website. Its auction model focuses on both in-person and online auctions. An auctioneer conducts the auction, a ringman... More »

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Insurance auctions that sell salvage vehicles, such as Insurance Auto Auctions, Salvage World and Global Insurance Auction, offer bidders live, live online, proxy and prebid options for auction vehicles. The auctions fac... More »

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Insurance auto auctions are where insurance total-loss and repairable salvage vehicles are sold. Insurance auto auctions operate vehicle salvage auctions throughout North America and include some locations in Canada. More »

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Insurance salvage boats are available from CertifiedSales.com, YachtSalvage.com and SalvageBid.com. Certified Sales offers boats and yachts in salvage condition throughout the United States and Canada. YachtSalvage.com, ... 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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