IAA: Helping municipalities get more from their vehicles
Since 1982, Insurance Auto Auctions (IAA) has forged relationships with thousands of unique vehicle sellers throughout North America, gaining the experience necessary to understand the nuances of nearly every market, including government agencies and municipalities. IAA provides services designed to assist these agencies in disposing of vehicles in an efficient and profitable manner; and operates as a partner with local, regional and state organizations, helping them maximize the value of their vehicles while focusing on the more important issues facing their constituencies.
IAA is more than a vendor. It is a partner that municipalities count on to help them achieve goals, grow revenue streams and improve outcomes.
Partnering with IAA grants a municipality access to its years of experience and industry-leading service offerings.
End-to-end expertise. As a full-service auction company, IAA has the expertise and resources to handle virtually every step of the process. From transportation and assistance with vehicle inspections to marketing, operations and file closure, IAA handles it all. Once a vehicle is assigned, sellers need simply wait for payment.
More than just cars. Vehicles come in many forms, and IAA is equipped to handle the most unique items a municipality may have. Its dedicated teams understand the diverse and unique characteristics of all vehicle types — from passenger cars and light trucks to semis, cranes and other heavy equipment — and they have the knowledge to provide average sale-value appraisals and anticipated sale values for any inventory segment.
Titling. Nothing has a greater impact on the speed of getting vehicles to auction than titling, but securing the paperwork to sell a vehicle can be a laborious and time-consuming process. IAA maintains a team of experienced title services personnel to ensure its partners’ vehicles are sold in a timely manner, reducing wait time and associated costs.
Getting the word out. IAA’s vehicle marketing services provide an additional level of detail with comprehensive reporting, enhanced videos and high-resolution still images to showcase the unique characteristics of every vehicle and maximize exposure to the appropriate buyer audience.
A buyer for every vehicle. With registered buyers in more than 110 countries, IAA works with buyer customers interested in every type of vehicle imaginable, regardless of make, model, mileage or condition. This international buyer base ensures sellers can capitalize on virtually any global economic condition.
Working with IAA means working with an organization dedicated to the world around it. Every year, IAA branches across the United States take an active role in the communities they call home, participating in a variety of fundraising and philanthropic events. IAA is a proud supporter of Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation and its fight to end childhood cancer. IAA is now a Top 100 fundraiser for the organization and looks forward to continuing this important relationship. IAA leverages its business model to assist charitable organizations with the administration and operation of vehicle donation programs through its One Car One Difference® campaign. To date, IAA has provided millions of dollars in additional funding to charities by assisting in the processing of donated vehicles. Learn more about the program by visiting www.1car1difference.com.
With a talented team of more than 2,200 employees and more than three decades of experience, IAA is committed to providing its customers the highest level of service in the salvage auto industry. To learn more visit www.IAA-Auctions.com and follow IAA on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
The preceding information was provided by Insurance Auto Auctions, Inc. For more information, contact Ron Walters, Divisional Sales Manager, Remarketing Division firstname.lastname@example.org | 480-620-1111
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