Buying Government Fleet Vehicles
Every year the Government auctions off thousands of fleet vehicles that they no longer need or they need to update. This provides amazing opportunities for smart buyers to purchase a vehicle ad well below average prices.
Consider all the police vehicles, SUVs, squad cars, and the like and these are retired after each year of duty. The United States General Services Administrations department (GSA) is a federal agency that deals exclusively with fleet vehicles for the government. This Government agency is responsible for buying the new fleet vehicles that are to be leased to other federal agencies. When the leasing period is over, the Government usually moves these vehicles on in order to make room for the new cars again.
This is where smart car buyers win. These Government vehicles are auctioned off to the public at drastically reduced prices. Furthermore these vehicles are usually in great condition as they were only owned for one leasing period and maintained according to Government policies. They are non-military vehicles and have never been repossessed. Rather they are simply normal cars that were previously government-owned. In fact, on average, they range from about 1 to 3 years old for that particular make/model of vehicle. This all adds up to amazing car deals available to the public.