How To Buy Cars at Copart - Tutorial

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  • Published on:  Friday, November 23, 2018
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  • GodStang03
    GodStang03  5 days ago

    What type of Business licenses do you need? My wife has a business license but it is not in the auto industry or is a license a license?

  • Rez
    Rez  6 days ago +1

    So you basically can’t bid unless you have a broker do it for you if you don’t have a license

  • El Salvador Positivo

    Thanks fot this video, could you explain what it is the next step if you got the car??

  • Hank Waffles
    Hank Waffles  14 days ago

    Do you inform the person who is buying the reconstructed titled car that it will be harder to insure the car, that is the real question here!

  • OneworldKW
    OneworldKW  14 days ago

    Is there a way to get an individual dealer license? I just want to buy and sell 6 cars in one year. Any ideas?

  • Fusion illusions
    Fusion illusions  1 months ago

    Yeah your a scam and a cheat dude. How can you not know the same car is auctioned twice. First time buy is low winning bid coz the structure and damage is real and super bad. They replace the hood and fenders and hide busted struts. When people see the car the second time they get excited and bid more money coz they are assessing the car from the photo. Copart is a dam scam.

  • T Mo
    T Mo  1 months ago

    When it says 3D till auction does that means 3 days till the auction closes or 3 days till the bid goes live?

  • Sam Hagins
    Sam Hagins  1 months ago

    No one explains all the fees. Are they all "set fees" or on a sliding scale?

  • serious man
    serious man  1 months ago

    how to increase buying power

  • yippi kowudillalotsavichadoodle

    Great job man.

  • Rgb Color
    Rgb Color  1 months ago

    I joined copart and then canceled my membership. What a scam system. From the state laws and licensing, to the ridiculous fee's you get hit with from the auction sites. The whole thing is nothing but a scam.

  • Cody Grossman
    Cody Grossman  1 months ago

    Seeking some clarification because i'm seeing mixed results. As a NV resident. It shows I need a broker or license. Does that only apply to cars that are NOT under the "no license required" section? So could i still buy vehicles that are listed as "no lic required" in NV? Also, does the broker issues apply if i live in NV but purchase, say, a vehicle in AZ and drive there to get it? Would i still need to deal with a broker then?


  • Kristen Thompson
    Kristen Thompson  1 months ago

    Great information!!!! Thanks for the time to educate us!!! 💯💯💯

  • themandownthehall
    themandownthehall  1 months ago

    "go inspect for yourself". Truer words have not been spoken. I went to the China Grove yard today. A fiesta listed as Run and Drive with undercarriage damage didn't move when I put it in gear. The transmission was fried. I have bought 2 cars from there. Both I inspected several times before bidding and both were winner cars. The person who bid 500 on that fiesta is in trouble...

  • andrea61790
    andrea61790  1 months ago +1

    This video was very detailed and helpful.
    Thank you for taking the time to create.

  • chris cox
    chris cox  1 months ago

    Thanks.great info.

    FORFEITURE SERVICES  2 months ago +6

    And if you don't bid in 30 consecutive days they shut off the account now and you have to start from scratch. I just found this out the hard way this week

  • Thorin
    Thorin  2 months ago

    Is there a difference in fees between individuals and entities?

  • Willy Espinoza
    Willy Espinoza  2 months ago

    So if you need a broker then you have to pay their $400 in fees every time you purchase a car?

  • lawszepie
    lawszepie  2 months ago

    Thank you for the video