How Do Car Dealers Get Great Prices on Salvage Trucks?
Ever wonder where used car dealers, wholesalers find all those used trucks they advertise? How about those neat looking trucks with salvage titles? Insurance companies, fleets and dealerships put up hundreds of thousands of cars and trucks at these auctions. They are usually limited to dealers and wholesalers. However, through brokers it is now possible for the general public to bid on these vehicles. You can find salvage and used trucks at prices that dealers and other licensed auto retailers pay.
Are you a long haul trucker? Own a trucking business? Do you move a lot of freight? Are you an owner-operator? If you are looking for new trucks, you know how expensive it can be to buy a new or even a used truck from a dealers floor. You do have a great alternative. Buy a salvage tractor trailer from one of the auction sites and you can save money.
We have said that if you buy a salvage truck at auction, with proper research, you could save a lot of money. Insurance companies auction these salvage title trucks for a fraction of their value. Here is a video to illustrate the process of registering on a Copart broker site to bid on these trucks.
Starting A New Business, Need A Used Truck?
Are you starting a new venture or expanding your current business? You may be a mobile detailer, food truck operator, mover, roofer, food wholesale, pet groomer, landscaper, boat overhauler, carpet cleaner, or one of the many business owners who need this type of vehicle to operate. Want to keep costs down? Buy a salvage auction work truck.
You have a project truck: either a recent model truck, a classic truck you want to restore or a vintage pickup you want to restore and remodel. You find yourself with a large wishlist of parts. That might include major components like engine, interior and frame. Want to make a big dent? Then buy a salvage pickup truck as a parts truck. That way you have parts you can use now – and some you might need in the future.