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Police Impound Auctions Kissimmee FL

Police seized car auctions and impound auctions can be a source of good used vehicles at great prices, if you know what you're doing and like a little excitement and risk. Impound vehicles of all types are available at auction sites all over the country.

Insurance Auto Auctions
(877) 550-1262
151 Taft Vineland
Orlando, FL
Adesa Impact
(407) 856-1555
9801 Boggy Creek Rd
Orlando, FL
Central Nite Auto Auctions
(407) 850-0034
1125 Thorpe Rd
Orlando, FL
Copart Salvage Auto Auctions
(407) 888-2424
8100 Mccoy Rd
Orlando, FL
Hertz - Gaylord Palms Resort
(407) 586-2238
6000 West Osceola Parkway
Kissimmee, FL
0800-1800 7 Days
Special Services
Child Seats, Hand Controls for Disabled Drivers Only , Gold Counter Service
Additional Information
After Hours - After hour returns are allowed. Please leave keys with the valet.

Millan Auto Salvage & Towing
(407) 931-0050
950 N Hoagland Blvd
Kissimmee, FL
Central Florida Auto Auction
(407) 438-1000
9800 Bachman Rd
Orlando, FL
Adesa Ocala
(352) 351-5100
3699 S Orange Blossom Trl
Orlando, FL
Sanford Auto Dealers Exchange Inc
(407) 843-3690
45 N Magnolia Ave
Orlando, FL
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
(407) 396-8952
5245 W Irlo Bronson
Kissimmee, FL

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Police Impound Auctions

Police seized car auctions and impounded car sales can be a great place to find car bargains. The cars can range from junk vehicles abandoned by owners, to vehicles seized from lawbreakers, to surplus vehicles that have been replaced with newer vehicles. Vehicles of all types can be found at police auctions. Some are late-model luxury vehicles in perfect condition, some older models in not-so-great condition, some damaged or wrecked, and even motorcycles and RV's.

How do I find police auctions?
There are a number of types of police agencies that hold vehicle auctions and sales all over the country. It can be city or county police, sheriff, or state law enforcement, even federal law enforcement agencies such as the DEA, or FBI.

These agencies typically advertise upcoming auctions in local newspapers. If there are a number of local newspapers, the announcements will only be in one of those papers, not all. The announcements are usually made on a specific schedule, such as once a month on a Friday, as an example.

Some auction announcements may provide a fairly detailed list of what will be sold on a particular day. Others are less detailed, or provide no detail at all.

Some police seized vehicle and impound auctions are held directly by the involved agency, while others are conducted by professional auction companies under contract by the agency.

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