AutoBidMaster has thousands of cars listed for auction. With this much selection you want to make sure you bid on the car that best fits your needs. Making the right picks, however, can be tricky. That’s why we have put together this brief guide to help you find the best car for you.
If Possible, Inspect Before You Buy
We strongly recommend inspecting the vehicle before you make a decision to bid on a car. AutoBidMaster allows registered members to visit auction yards with a guest. You can use this service by paying a nominal fee. All lot listings include many pictures but your best bet is the take a look for yourself. This can help to eliminate any surprises after you win an auction. Since you can bring a guest you may want to ask your mechanic to come with you.
Learn the History
Even a visual inspection won’t tell you everything, only a Vehicle History Report can do that. All reports are based upon the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). When you buy a report make sure the data comes from The National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS), which is a program of the U.S. Department of Justice. This program protects you from fraud and unsafe vehicles. There is no more accurate and complete source for VIN data
The VIN number number appears on multiple places such as the driver-side doorpost and on the dashboard on the driver’s side next to the windshield. Once you have this number, visit websites that offer VIN reports to get all the information you need. One such trusted site is ClearVin.
Buy With Confidence
We believe in transparent dealing and giving you the most information to help you make a decision before you bid. Even with all of the information AutoBidMaster provides, there are additional resources to give you the confidence to know the car you are bidding on is the right one. We want to make sure you get the right car.
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