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Where Do the Vehicles Found at Auto Auctions Come From?

When you first look at an online auto auction, the first thing you will notice is the sheer number of vehicles that are available for sale. Just about any vehicle type from almost any corner of the globe can show up at one of these auto auctions. While your local sale venues will usually have a good range of their own, for the most extensive selection, online auctions are nearly impossible to beat. With such a vast array of options on offer, many people wonder about the vehicles’ origins. Though there is no one definitive answer to that question, there are some standard ways for cars to end up at an online auto auction, such as: Read more

Search for Used & Salvage Honda Accord at an Online Auction

The Accord was introduced as a compact car by Honda in 1976. The fourth generation of the Accord evolved into a mid-size car in 1990, while further evolution upgraded it to a full-size car in 2008. It is one of the most successful automobiles ever sold on the North American market, which can easily be reflected by the fact that it has been featured 26 times on the Car and Driver’s Ten Best list. Read more

Used & Salvage Ford F250 for Sale at RideSafely Auto Auctions

The F-250 is a part of Ford’s Super Duty line of full-size pickup trucks which was first introduced in 1998. Over the years it has won many prestigious awards, such as the Popular Mechanics’ Best Workhorse, the Truckin’s Topline Pulling Power and the Best Resale Value Truck. Ford F-250 comes in three different cab sizes including the Standard, the Crew Cab and the SuperCab which features 2 reverse-opening doors. The list of options includes choices of two-wheel drive and four-wheel drive. Read more

What Is a Salvage-Title Vehicle? Salvage Cars Auctions

There are many vehicles out there that are involved in accidents, or they have engine repairs that are extensive. Some of them are put together with nothing but spare parts that are used. These vehicles are labeled as salvaged vehicles and they are usually not guaranteed to work for any specific period of time. The good news is that most salvaged vehicles can last for many years as long as you purchase a quality vehicle and are aware of the kind of repairs and maintenance you might need to get done.
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