When a supplier turns a vehicle GREEN-LIGHT, they are guaranteeing to potential buyers that Mechanical, Electrical and frames are all in correct functioning state. For an arbitration matter, a single flaw must have a mending cost in excess of $500.* A ONE AUCTION Green-Light is considered a “Ride, Drive, and Frame” rule.
The purchaser has 7 professional days from the day of auction or 300 miles from the auction list (either occurs first) to bring a probable issue to the consideration of A ONE AUCTION Auctions. A one auctions will authenticate the issue and work with the retailer and purchaser to reach a resolution. The buyer may be needed to deliver additional photos or video, or transport the vehicle to the licensed third party mending facility to confirm the existence or harshness of an issue. If it is resolute that the subject is arbitrable it will be the choice of the buyer to cancelled the deal or appeal for the price adjustment. All the responses or commentaries made by a retailer in the order to report could be required if determined that the vehicle was distorted within the entry. All vehicle state arguments between buyer and seller must be simplified by an A one auctions’ arbitrator and the ruling is final.
All costs are believed by A one auction at comprehensive dealer cost, which suggests used, remanufactured, and after-market parts as well as reduced labor rates. Price changes may be made by the supplier up to the amount that is needed to resolve a problem that will be figured off wholesale dealer prices.
Vehicles those being sold AS-IS are not issue to arbitration for mechanical, electrical, or any visible damage. AS-IS vehicles will only succeed for arbitration under the supplier disclosure requirements. Vehicles retailing for $1000 or less will not be obtainable for ANY arbitration with the exclusion of non-transferable or exclusive title. Any and all replies or comments made by a supplier in the condition report could be compulsory if resolute that the vehicle was distorted within the record. RED-LIGHT vehicles are traded Buyer Beware. A one auctions will not include themselves in any dispute concerning the condition of a RED-LIGHT vehicle procurement.
Seller Disclosure Requirements:
The purchaser has 7 professional days from the time of auction or 300 miles from the record in the auction (either occurs first) to bring a possible FRAME issue to the courtesy of A ONE AUCTION Auctions.