BIDDING ON CARS AT COPART CAR AUCTIONS



BIDDING ON CARS AT COPART CAR AUCTIONS

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Hey guys, in this video we will cover some information about registering and buying a car from Copart Auction. We did try to purchase one but unfortunately we could not find a great deal that day. We explained how you have to have a price for each vehicle before the auction starts otherwise you might bid more than it is worth. We have purchased more than 50 cars from Copart and we found great deals in the past.

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23 comments

  1. Hai my question is suppose buy the copart car on the copartmea so the export money is added to the budding price ?????

  2. On another video of yours about white Mercedes from Copart you said you were going to make a video on how to buy from Copart without a license. I have been searching through your videos (lots of them) and do not see that. Please direct us to it or tell, thanks!

  3. I would recommend using sniping software to do bidding. I've been using isnipe.io for a couple of months now and love it so far. Don't need to be online during the auction. Just linking the car I want to by with max bid and they do all the work. Helped me a lot to increase my buying capacity :3

  4. Nice video. I would recommend using an online bidding service:

    ww.isnipeauto.io

    I just link the car I want to buy and provide maximal amount I'm willing to pay. They're doing the bidding for me. Works great for me as auctions end pretty late in my time zone and I don't have to wait while the car is in the queue or anything. Would recommend.

  5. Please did you say you can get your deposit back if not successful or you can't get it back if not successful

  6. My opinion is that buying a damaged car is very, very risky, it's like a lotery, so many cars that don't look bad and then have huge problems hidding… I prefer to buy from US auctions using this page https://bit.ly/2LTsZD1/t=8

  7. Very good video! Copart on their website doesn't even explain on their video how to click on Bid and what effect it has(like when is Green is your win and red you are loosing) and how to put more when you want to bid more than clicking only on Bid for a standard increase of the price.

  8. Hey I’m a new at copart and want to know why I’m not eligible to bid on lots ? Does it mean I have to upgrade my license? I already uploaded my drivers license. Or I just have o deposit to upgrade?

  9. The gold 2015 BMW…..main damage listed as minor dents and scratches, no secondary. So why the salvage title?

  10. Hey bro, noticed on the Sonata it was 2 Arkansas buyers in the bid war (just like the Mitsubishi Eclipse before it ya)…is that indicative of perhaps 2 companies or dealerships? I mean, are you bidding against individual consumers or doesn't matter, companies, parts stores, dealerships, etc.?

    Really cool of you sharing the detailed process btw.

  11. Great video. I buy cars mainly from manheim and from copart I buy the clean title donated ones only. We have a dealership in Melbourne FL and as you said people like the clean title

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