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Question 12/12/2016

Do we need to pay a fee when you sell a car?

Answer 07/12/2017

You upload and add cars for FREE. You don't pay RepoKar anything unless your selected package.

Question 05/27/2014

I am wondering, how much is the delivery fee?

Answer 06/20/2017

There is no set fee for a car delivery. On the car detail page in the "Shipping Method" section it is indicated that either the seller arranges the shipment or the buyer. U-Ship located on the same page in "Transportation" section will help you calculate the shipping cost based on the destination. In case the car is located at Repokar's lot address, Repokar will help arranging the delivery to the buyer's address and the buyer will pay for the cost of the delivery. If it is convenient for the buyer they can pickup the car in person.

Question 08/30/2015

Why is the seller responsible for the inspection fee? I seen something that said buyer will not have to pay seller for post inspection if it fails.

Answer 06/20/2017

The Buyer is responsible for the Post Sale Inspection fee. It is stated in the appropriate section that "The buyer is responsible for the PSI fee ($125.00) even if the vehicle fails inspection..." Please, refer to the link on this item for further details about this issue: https://repokar.com/help/post-sale-inspection

Question 06/03/2017

Can I bid and buy from outside United State

Answer 06/04/2017

Thank you for contacting us. You can place bids on cars and buy them from outside of U.S. but all the cars from RepoKar are here in United States, so it might get a bit harder when it comes to shipping

Question 05/08/2017

What does BID STEP indicate if there is a current price, and no bids placed at that time. Bid step is listed at $202, but current proce listed at 2325.00 w/o any current bids?

Answer 05/09/2017

Hello, thank you for your question. The current price with no bids, means this is the price you can start bidding with, the bid step is the price your opponent needs to add if he wants to be the winner of the auction, or the amount you'll need to add in case you want to increase your last bid.

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