Auctioning 40,000 U.S. Government quality
cars, trucks, vans and SUVs this year.

"Buy direct and save!"

It's easy and economical to purchase a pre-owned vehicle from the U.S. government.
Join the thousands of people who buy at our public auctions.

U.S. Government Auto Auctions

www.autoauctions.gsa.gov

Easy to buy at auction

Experience the convenience and value of purchasing a quality American-made car, truck, van or SUV at one of our auctions. Purchase wholesale, and save hundreds or thousands of dollars!

Buying a vehicle pre-owned by the U.S. government is simple. If you are new to the auction process, let us help.

This brochure describes who we are, what to expect, and where to find our vehicles at an auction near you.

Our website www.autoauctions.gsa.gov provides lists of vehicles for sale, auction locations and times, and a description of the process.

The local auction houses where we sell our vehicles will also guide you. While the sales representatives mainly cater to auto dealers, they are happy to assist members of the general public to buy at GSA Fleet Vehicle Sales.

To make your purchase even easier and more economical, there are no auction buyer's fees at our sales.

Who we are and why we sell
The
U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) is the federal agency that buys fleet vehicles new and leases them to other federal agencies. When these vehicles complete their lease term we sell them to renew the government fleet.

Rely on the U.S. government
GSA strives to deliver all its vehicles in premium condition. Experience our solid reputation for transparency and fairness.We want you to speak well of us to other potential buyers.

Terms and conditions
The vehicles are sold as is, so inspect the vehicle before making a bid. Complete
Terms and Conditions are available on our website or at the sale.

"Come to our next public auction!"

Auction details and calendar at
www.autoauctions.gsa.gov
Or call us! (See listings)


Buyer's Checklist

5 easy steps
to purchasing a pre-owned vehicle from the U.S. Government

1. Find an auction near you.
See our website at
www.autoauctions.gsa.gov and download a sales list.
Or call the auction house and ask "When is the next GSA Auction?"
(See
list)

2. Register and preview at auction - it's free.
At the auction house, register for the sale, and use the inventory list to inspect vehicles on the lot. You may turn on the engine, but driving is not permitted.

3. Choose several vehicles to bid on.
Have a few alternatives to increase your chances during the bidding.

4. Make a successful bid!
New to the auction process? Ask the auction staff how it works. Prior to the sale, you may practice bidding in a mock auction.

5. Make payment without any buyer's fees.
Buyers typically pay by credit card, debit card, cashier's check or money order.
Ask the sales representatives what is accepted.

Thousands of people buy from us. You can, too!

For more information see
www.autoauctions.gsa.gov


Great selection

Choose from popular makes and models such as Ford, Chevrolet, Dodge and Jeep. Over 40,000 vehicles are being sold to the public this year.

These vehicles are clean, detailed and ready to go.

Great quality
Many 2000-2001 models

  • Low mileage
  • Well maintained
  • Popular styles and colors
  • Power steering,A/C, power windows, AM/FM cassette decks

Typically these vehicles have been used for ordinary transportation by government agencies. (These are not specialized military or repossessed vehicles.)

Great savings
Most vehicles sell at wholesale prices.There are
no buyer's fees.

Very convenient
Use our website to find an auction near you, search for specific models and download auction lists. More than fifty auction sites nationwide. Vehicles are available for inspection. Many payment options.

Contact us today!
GSA Fleet Vehicle Sales Representatives

Northeast and Caribbean Region
Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, Vermont
David Lopez
(212) 264-5770
david.lopez@gsa.gov

Mid-Atlantic Region
Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia
Vernon Harms, Jr.
(724) 693-2400, ext. 5
vernon.harms@gsa.gov

Southeast/Sunbelt Region
Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee
Don Conklin
(404) 331-9575
don.conklin@gsa.gov

Great Lakes Region
Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin
Patricia Warfield
(312) 886-8683
patricia.warfield@gsa.gov

Heartland Region
Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska
Linda Poe
(816) 823-3639
linda.poe@gsa.gov

Greater Southwest Region
Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico,Oklahoma, Texas
Gene Selzer
(817) 978-4350
gene.selzer@gsa.gov

Rocky Mountain Region
Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Wyoming
Gene Selzer
(817) 978-4350
gene.selzer@gsa.gov

Pacific Rim Region
Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada
Ernest Ayers
(661) 729-9230
ernest.ayers@gsa.gov

Northwest/Arctic Region
Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, Washington
Linda Giles
(253) 931-7562
linda.giles@gsa.gov

www.autoauctions.gsa.gov

U.S. Government Auto Auctions
The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) is a federal agency