Salvage vehicles are vehicles which have been damaged in floods, fires, accidents, or may have been recovered from a theft situation, which have been purchased through insurance companies. These vehicles are sold, by the insurance companies, to body shops, auto recyclers, and/or dealers who then fix them up and resell them to the public or strip them for parts, which are then sold to the public. There are a number of these vehicles that still have quality and are made ready to market, finding late models that still have factory warranty is not uncommon. Listing dealers, by law, must disclose large mechanical problems that may void the vehicle manufacturer’s warranty and then classify the vehicle to be junk, salvage, consumer buy-back, a lemon, etc. Special auctions, salvage, rebuilt, or junk vehicles, are held for this type of vehicle, especially when sold by insurance companies, whereas other styles of auctions specialize in the sale of government or police vehicles with some providing public access.