How does purchasing at Erie Auto Auction work?

In order to bid/buy at the “Greater Erie Auto Auction”,
one does need to be a “Dealer”

Dealers from Buffalo, Cleveland, Pittsburgh and the whole tri-state area are buying and selling here, under  one roof! Their dealer consignment averages between 400 and 500 vehicles weekly, with new dealers running weekly!

Car dealer auctions are open only to those with a dealer license issued by the state. You can get your own dealer license if you wish, but the process can be long and difficult. Each state has its own set of requirements for car dealer licensing, usually with a set number of cars you must buy and sell each year to qualify.

The types of vehicles you’ll find might include repossessions, cars seized by the local police department, salvage, title cars declared a total loss by an auto insurance company, government-seized and surplus vehicles, title pawns and cars that don’t get sold at dealerships.

Learning how to buy a car at auction takes a lot of research which most people do not have any idea how to do correctly.

Good deals can be found at these auctions, (If you can get in.) but success depends entirely on your mechanical knowledge, and your willingness to do some research.

At “Erie Auto Sales”, we take the stress out of the auction process, and save you money at the same time.

We have the credentials needed and have been involved with car maintenance and repair for many many years. Tell us what kind of vehicle you want and we’ll see if one is available locally. If we can’t find one ready to go, we can most certainly find one at an auction, look it over, check it out, buy it, fix it up as needed and present you with the car of your dreams at a price you can’t believe.

Look thru our site and reassure yourself, we know what we are doing. Then, give us a call, text or fill out the form located herein and let us help you with your used car buying journey.