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Old 09-17-2014, 07:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Here in Houston we have fairly frequent GSA auto auctions, which appear to be open to the public.

Most of the cars in recent auctions have been fairly new (2010-2012), basic Ford Focuses and Chevy Impalas.

According to the online instructions, a prospective bidder can start the cars and see if the controls are working, but cannot test drive them.

Most of the cars seem to have 38-40,000 miles on them. This leads me to believe the government drives them out of warranty and then unloads them.

My oldest son has just got his driver's license, and I want him out of the family cars.

We also have auctions from local governmental units┬*, but most of them seem to be┬*pretty high mileage autos.

Does anyone have any advice with GSA auctions? Thanks for your help.
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