Shipping from Auto Auctions
RCG has the knowledge and experience working with auto auctions to make the shipping process simpler and easier.
When buying a vehicle in a different state from an auto auction it is important to be aware of potential problems and financials risk. Some auctions charge storage fees, others have limited hours and strict policies on loading cars.
We have worked with auto auctions since 2005 and know how to deliver your auto safely and efficiently.
Auction Fees Overview
|Days of Storage||5||4||Unlimited||10|
|Forklift to Load||Yes||Yes||No||Varies|
|Loading Gate Fee||$30||$35||N/A||$0|
|Hours of Operation||M-F: 8-5pm||M-F: 8-5pm||24/7||M-Sat: 8-5pm|
Prices and information provided are for reference only, please confirm and verify directly with auctions
Transport from Auction Check List
To transport a car from auction you will need:
- Gate Pass: Document required to pick up a car at Manheim after-hours from the guard shack
- Buyer #: Required for both IAAI & Copart
- Stock/Lot #: Inventory number for the vehicle being picked up
- VIN #: The full 17 digits or at the last 6 is required for verification
Handling inspections and damages:
- Prior to Pickup: Upon request the driver can perform a visual inspection for specific items.
- During Transport: Damaged vehicles can be covered and loose parts tied.
- Stock/Lot #: Inventory number for the vehicle being picked up.
- On Delivery: To unload a non-running vehicle make arrangements for a fork lift or tow-truck.
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About Nationwide Auto Auctions
Is a salvage auction with 147 locations. Copart sells damaged vehicles for insurance companies. Fee Information
Insurance Auction (IAAI)
Sells total-loss vehicles for insurance companies and dealers. Recently IAA acquired Adesa Auction to expand its remarketing
Dealers auction for wholesale vehicles. Not open the general public, used by financing companies & car manufacturers for remarketing.