When buying repossessed cars from government auctions, there are no additional fees involved. This is good source for vehicles and there are online auctions which are spread over a certain number of days. Even though they are online, you can go and check the vehicle out at the auction house or venue. It really is advisable to do this. If they are government cars, ask to see the logbook. At a bank-repossessed auction, sometimes an auction house has added fees. Check the auction policy first before buying, in addition to checking the car out as well. If you are buying repossessed cars, they are always to be sold ‘as is’. After you have purchased, it’s too late.
For more info, see How to Buy Repossessed Cars.