The short answer is no. In most cases the bank requires that we transfer the title before they disburse the funds and since the vehicles we sell are consigned to us, we can not process the titles until after we have been paid. Another problem is that banks are in most cases not able to … Read more
We can provide a courtesy jump start but sometimes the batteries that are in the items are so bad that they will need to be replaced for the item to function properly. You will need to handle that yourself.
The first step is to create an account. A link labeled ‘Create account’ can be found at the top of our catalog page to do this. Once you have an account created you will then need to login to that account while you are on our catalog page. The link is labeled ‘Buyer login’. You … Read more
If you do not pay for an item that the auctioneer declares as sold to you then you will be permanently barred from our auctions and at the discretion of the seller you could be held liable for any loss in the sale price of the item in the next auction.
Payment is required no later than the close of business on Monday after the Saturday auction. If you pay with a check, it will have to clear before you can take your purchase. If you don’t have cash but need to pick up your purchase before your check would clear (one week after auction) then … Read more
Yes, you will need to have proof of insurance with you and we will give you a temporary tag to use right away. We will mail the permanent plate to you within the next thirty days. If you have a plate to transfer you will need the latest registration and proof of insurance. Again we … Read more
As a motor vehicle dealer we are required to transfer the title into your name through the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles. We do this within thirty days of the date of the auction as required by the State. All titles are done as electronic title unless otherwise requested. An electronic title … Read more
Yes we are required to collect sales tax unless you have documentation that exempts you. Acceptable documentation according to the Florida Department of Revenue is a Florida dealer license and resale certificate for title items or just a resale certificate for non-titled items. If you are a dealer from another state then you will have … Read more
Due to escrow rules we are not able to accept any types of credit or debit cards as payment for items purchased in an auction. To bid online a $500 credit card hold may be required as a deposit. This will be released the week following the auction if no purchase is made or full … Read more
Cash, check, certified funds or wire transfer are acceptable forms of payment. Checks require a one week waiting period before purchased items are released. Wire transfers must be received before the close of business on Monday after the auction. Due to escrow rules we are not able to accept credit or debit cards.