Laguna Niguel, CA (PRWEB) July 02, 2012
Cities around America hold police auctions, generally once or twice a month, for many types of vehicles that are no longer economically viable or usable, including Handi-Vans, buses, refuse trucks, utility vehicles, even firetrucks.
“10 years old police vehicles, or newer vehicles that need repairs, are also sold at auction,” said Michael Strom (CEO) of Liberty Auction House.
In the last fiscal year, almost 100 police vehicles and 100 other automobiles were auctioned off, by The Honolulu Police Department collecting about $190,000 for the general fund or applicable department.
"Motor vehicles are bought new or acquired from the federal government but how can they be found? That's what we want to help with" said Mr. Strom. Other items, such as Jewelry, are offered to members for no cost at libertyauctionhouse.com
LibertyAuctionhouse.com is an information station for the government auctions and police auctions held in the United States. Rare coins, jewelry auctions and other items can be found at daily deals and auctions that are held by LibertyAuctionHouse.com