I was going to buy an 07 dodge charger that was listed “Buy it Now” for $425. Now it says its up for bid. May I still purchase the vehicle for that price?

You can still make a bid for that price. The item will go to live auction and we will attempt to purchase it for you.

If it sells for less, you will get for less.

Please keep in mind, it may go for a higher price at live auction and we may not be able to get it for you. Read more

Preliminary bid and closed bid is the last price on bidding or is there more bidding?

Once the preliminary bidding closes on our site, live auction will begin at the insurance company auction. We will be presenting the highest bidder at the auction up to their max bid. Please keep in mind, if the item sells for less, you get it for less. Related: What is Preliminary Bidding? Auction Types Read more

RideSafely.com charges a flat fee of $299 for all vehicles over $1,000. QUESTION: Is there a fee for vehicles under $1000?

Yes. Under a $1000 fees will vary based on price bracket. It goes from $199 and up. Please use fee calculator located on every description page to view the exact fees. Read more

Can you bid under the Buy it Now price? and win the Auction?

Yes, you can submit your maximum bid and if the auction accepts it, it’s yours. Please keep in mind, if there is a buy now price listed, there is more than likely a reserve on that vehicle close to that buy now price. Read more

I was online to check the various cars you have in your garage and with bid prices, but to my surprise, i learnt all those prices are not real. why is it so?

We are a broker for insurance company auctions. The prices we have listed are either a buy now prices the auction has set or current bid prices from either the auction or one of our customers. Read more