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#1 May 11, 2012
ive noticed a number of vehicles auctioned today without informing bidders if they have keys or not.copart bristol had a break in over bank holiday and had keys stolen,is this why?
#2 May 27, 2017
That was an isolated incident. I've bought cars from Copart in all the states that don't require a dealer license. There's lots of good deals to be had if you are careful about your selection and bid process.
I have a formula that I use...
1. Also install Kelly blue book app
2. Check all the cars your interested in
3. Never bid more than the low trade in value per KBB
4. Try to stick to the clean title cars
5. If it is a salvage title cut the low trade in value by 50%
Hope that this helps you out..
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