Usually seized cars are sold as is, so make sure you check out the vehicle as much as possible before purchasing it. If possible you also should check the Kelly blue book to get a value on the seized cars you are thinking of bidding on. Most seized car sales will allow you a quick inspection of the car before the transaction has been completed, so it’s wise to have someone with”mechanic knowledge” by your side. Usually cars offered for sale in government seized car sales are clean and ready to go. Law enforcement agencies are also a great resource to find seized cars for sale, though the Law enforcement seized car sales are held at different times for the different agencies, so timing is very important with these sales. Generally seized cars can be sold at as much as 90% off the suggested retail prices. Some seized car sales have models that are only a year or two old so finding cars in excellent condition is quite possible, there are some great deals whether your buying for personal or business use. If your thinking of starting a business with seized cars for sale, it is imperative that you consult with your attorney, and check your state and government offices to determine what licenses, permits, and what type of insurance is required. Then do some research to find out what the most popular selling cars are in your area before you attend a sale. When your first starting out try and stay away from seized cars that have major mechanical issues or need body work.