HOW TO GET CAR DEALERS AUCTION LICENSE
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Car Dealers Auction Tip: Possible Flood Damage?
What's wrong with this picture? I took this picture at an actual dealer auction. Notice the condensation on the inside of the windshield. This could indicate two situations.
1. The carpets simply could have been freshly shampooed. Because the windows were rolled up, the water droplets formed on the inside of the windshield and / or...
2. This vehicle could have FLOOD damage.
My Auction Inspection DVD explains these situations and much more.
When there are 2000 cars at the auction to choose from, it's best to move on to a different car and not take any chances.
Car Dealers Auction Tip: The Motorcycle Business is Booming!
With gas prices soaring, more and more people are buying motorcycles. Here is a picture of a recent dealer auction selling motorcycles. Most "car" dealer auctions such as manheim or adesa do sell motorcycles, but on a small scale. If you want a full exclusive motorcycle auction, you need to go to a motorcycle dealer auction such as NPA.
See our "Powersports" book for more information on the thriving motorcycle business.
Car Dealers Auction Tip: Always Pay Attention to the Windshield
The windshield is the primary way the auction communicates with you prior to bidding. In addition to disclosing vehicle announcements and vehicle history, the auction also tells you the VIN number, the year (2002), the mileage (36,500), and the run number (4-70). The run number here indicates that particular car will be sold in LANE 4, and it's the 70th car to be sold. As a rule of thumb, allow one minute per car. Therefore, you can estimate that if you want to bid on this vehicle, be at lane 4 about 70 minutes after the auction opens that day. With some auctions having over 20 lanes, it's important to pay attention to the run numbers so you don't miss out on good deals!
Car Dealers Auction Tip: HOW TO FIND SLIGHTLY DAMAGED CARS WITH CLEAN TITLES.
Here are a couple pictures I took recently at a local dealer auction. Some of the highest profit can be made with slightly damaged cars.
Take my advice however: If you like to buy wrecked cars, do NOT go to a "salvage" auction. The best place to buy wrecked cars is at Manheim or Adesa. The reasons are simple:
1. Damaged cars at a normal dealer auction such as Manheim or Adesa will most likely have a CLEAN title.
2. There is LESS competition for wrecked cars at a regular dealer auction, whereas competition is incredible at a salvage auction.
3. Many salvage auctions allow the public, which drives prices up. At Manheim or Adesa, the public is NOT invited, which keeps prices low.
4. Many rental car companies will sell slightly damaged cars at the dealer auction with CLEAN titles.
5. Most damaged cars are easy to fix and do not require extensive frame repair.
For more information on how to succeed buying damaged cars and flipping them, see my Books and DVD's on my order page. I have books on the dealer auction and a DVD on how to inspect cars for frame damage. Remember, minor accident history is fine - just avoid major frame damage. My Frame Damage DVD will show you how to separate minor accident history from major frame damage.
Car Dealers Auction Tip: FLIP THAT CAR!!!
Look, we all know how people flip houses. The idea is to buy an ugly house and make it pretty and flip it for profit. You can do the same with cars! I spend a great deal of time at the auctions flipping cars for a fast buck. Below is an example of an actual auction car I found at the auction. In this example, notice the faded paint job.
Most dealers are impatient and lazy - they want to buy a car at the auction and sell it the next day if they can.
Instead, you can buy this car that just needs a paint job. Get the CHEAPEST paint job you can get - around $300.
Then, you can sell it through the SAME auction you bought it from! Although the paint job will cost you only $300, the wholesale auction price will increase by about $1,000 with a shiny new paint job. Your net profit after about $200 in auction fees will be about $500.
Now, $500 does not seem like a lot of money, but think about this... If you did this with 10 cars, you can potentially make $5,000 in ONE DAY!!!
Keep in mind that when you buy and sell at the dealer auction, all you need is a "Wholesale" Dealer's License.
Of course, if you have a "Retail" license, you can flip it for more money, but personally I would much rather make a quick $500 at the dealer auction, than wait around a few weeks and sell it to the public for more profit.
For more information on how to succeed buying cars and flipping them, see my Books and DVD's on my order page.
Car Dealers Auction Tip: IF IT'S TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE....
From my 13 years of experience going to dealer auctions, I call smell a rat from a mile away! When you see sellers write stuff on the windows of the cars, they are trying way too hard for a reason. Some of the WORST cars at the auction have the best claims and they are only trying to distract you from problems with the cars.
At the dealer auctions, most of the sellers are either
1. Dealers and wholesalers or
2. Banks, or fleet/ lease
The BEST cars are sold by banks or fleet / leasing companies. A bank will NEVER write such claims on the windows of the cars.
Here are 2 reasons why NOT to buy cars such as pictured above:
1. The sellers are most likely other dealers who are selling problem cars
2. The claims below are NOT backed up by the auction. The auction only backs up claims the AUCTION writes. These claims were written by the SELLERS. How do I know this? 13 years of experience!!!
For more information on how sellers at auctions will try to trick you, see my "Dealer Auction Survival Guide" and other Books and DVD's on my order page.
If you want your used car dealers auction license, please visit www.dealerlicense.com for 50-State Car Dealer Auction License Information for: Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas Colorado Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois. Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota
HOW TO GET YOUR CAR DEALERS LICENSE TIP 1
Make lots of easy money! A car dealers license gets you into private wholesale dealer-only car dealer auctions only dealers can go to - cars sell for much, cheaper than those rip-off public auctions. You'll love these and more benefits!
HOW TO GET YOUR CAR DEALERS LICENSE TIP 2
You can go directly to new-car dealerships to buy their trade-ins with "closed bids" I do this about half of the time and I love it. Cars go for cheaper than the car dealer auction!
HOW TO GET YOUR CAR DEALERS LICENSE TIP 3
There is no state limit to how many cars you can buy and sell per year. You can sell one car a year, or a million cars a year - your choice!
HOW TO GET YOUR CAR DEALERS LICENSE TIP 4
You can drive around all your dealer cars with dealer license plates (dealer tags) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Your friends will be jealous! This is one of the greatest benefits!
HOW TO GET YOUR CAR DEALER LICENSE TIP 5
You will never need to waste time "wheeling and dealing" and hunting through ads. With a car dealers license, buying cars at the car dealer auctions are easier than ever before.
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If you want your used car dealers auction license, please visit www.dealerlicense.com for 50-State Car Dealer Auction License Information for: Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New. Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode. Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming.