The Copart.com review shows that
this site has been around for awhile. Initially copart.com was only open to auto dealers as an
auto auction site. It has, in the last couple of years been opened to the general public. We
have found some satisfied customers, however AuctionResource.org seems to be a more popular
option for find deals on automobiles.
The site is well laid out and easy
to use but really what most folks want to know is can I really save thousands on a vehicle if I
use copart.com. Keep in mind, this is an auction site which for those that don't know what
this is, according to Wikipedia, the
online auction business model is one in which participants bid for products and services over
Copart.com started out as a
company that bought totaled or salvaged vehicles that were still running, they also sold car
parts to dealerships. They have evolved into a well known online presence in the auto auction
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To fully grasp what a totaled or
salvaged vehicle is consider this; a totaled vehicle is one that the insurance company felt was not
worth putting the money into to repair. These vehicles can come from wrecks, vandalism, theft, fire
and flood damage.
In other words, there is a certain
amount of risk that you will be dealing with when you are bidding on a vehicle at
Dealers often use this site to
purchase vehicles at cut rates then put a few dollars into them and sell them either at their
own auctions or on the lot. For dealers it is a quick way to make some money.
The general public can also
benefit from shopping at copart.com because in essence if you are going to buy a used car from a
used car dealer you are cutting out the middle man. Of course the only real problem is if you
don’t know anything about cars. It may cost you far more than the car is worth to get it to a
If you are in the market for a used car and have
some auto know how this may be a good site to visit. If you are clueless and do not have anyone to help you than
you probably should just hit up a dealership. Getting stuck with a real lemon is a real possibility and saving
thousands to shell it out in repairs is a waste of time.
Overall, the Copart reviews shows this to be a
legit site and is not a scam, however you may also want to check out AuctionResource.org as they seem to be the best source for finding a deal
on an automobile.