If you're on a tight budget and don't want to spend your hard earned money on a lemon, government auction cars is the ticket.
The government regularly auctions off their vehicles when they need to buy new ones.
These vehicles are typically only 2-3 years old and will have less than 40,000 miles on them.
The government takes very good care of their vehicles, even keeping log books with service records.
Many are still under the manufacturers warranty which can be transferred over to the new owner.
These government auction cars come from every kind of government agency and organization that you can think of.
Sheriff and police departments, federal and state government, fire and emergency services, hospital and ambulance services and more.
Government auto auctions are held in every state in several different locations around each state.
If you don't like traditional "live" auctions, you can also buy vehicles through many of the different online auctions that offer government auction cars for sale.
It is not unusual for the starting bid on cars to be under $500 with some even starting at $100.
If there is no one bidding against you then you can drive away in a hundred dollar car.
Try doing that at a dealership.
These vehicles will normally sell for up to 95% off of their original value.
That's a lot of savings considering how high vehicles are today.
If you are having trouble finding a reliable used vehicle that you can afford, you should really check out government auction cars for your next vehicle purchase.