If you're trying to access the live auction simulcast, SIGN IN (top righthand corner), click on the Online Sales button, and follow the prompts.
If you have trouble, please contact someone in the sales department. 304.592.5300
Can't make the auction in person? No problem! Mountain State Auto Auction prides itself on being at the forefront of cutting edge technology. As part of that commitment, we provide a live auction simulcast to serve our dealers who are unable to attend our auction in person:
- View live streaming video and audio of the lanes!
- Photos and Condition Reports are provided for all lease and repo units!
- Set proxy bids to ensure you get the vehicle you want at the price you want!
- Buy-It-Now Lease & Repo Online Auction every Tuesday and Wednesday!
- Convenience and comfort of buying from your office!
- Personalized customer service, including vehicle walk-arounds and vehicle searches based on your specifications!
- Powered by leading online auction software company AWG Remarketing!
Tips for buying online:
- Have peace of mind! Every vehicle that is sold Green Light comes with a mandatory Post Sale Inspection. Because you can't be here to "kick the tires" yourself, this ensures that the vehicle your purchase is as it was represented, with no major frame or mechanical failings. This $75.00 fee is automatically charged to your bill of sale.
- Bid early, bid often! There is occasionally a fraction of a second delay between when you place your bid and when the auctioneer sees it. Therefore, don't wait to try to "sneak your bid" in at the last second, as the auctioneer may accidentally miss it. If he sees you bidding early on a vehicle, however, he'll typically wait to give you additional time to bid later on in the sale, expecting future bids.
- Know your fees! In addition to the $75.00 Post Sale Inspection fee for every Green Light vehicle, there is also $75.00 internet fee applied to each vehicle sold online.
- Understand the process! In extremely rare instances, due to the delay between the auctioneer closing the sale and the internet clerk clicking the "Sold" button online, an internet bid can slip in. Although this bid will show up on your computer screen as valid (because it occurred before the internet clerk closed the sale online), it is, in fact, not recognized by the auction as a valid bid because it occurred after the auctioneer declared the vehicle as sold.
Don't miss a deal just because you miss the auction ... bid online!