This article describes the process for purchasing a vehicle through Proxibid from auction houses utilizing atgPay. If your purchase was made from an auction house not using atgPay, please contact the auction house directly. To determine if an auction house is using atgPay, see What Is atgPay?
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Vehicles sold in auction events using atgPay will automatically calculate taxes based on the table below:
Purchases made in states that do not impose sales tax will not be subject to tax.
For more information related to taxes on purchases using atgPay, see atgPay: Sales Tax.
For information on submitting tax exemptions, see atgPay: Tax Exemption Certificates.
Where there are two states as the first step to determine which location is used, tax calculation will default to using the state listed in the delivery location.
Vehicle Shipping Methods
Auction houses will select which shipping methods are being offered on vehicle sales. During checkout, the bidder will be able to select which shipping method they'd prefer. For more information on shipping options, see atgPay: Shipping.
Auction houses should include the VIN the buyer's invoice. Additional paperwork should not needed in order for buyers to register their vehicle. However, if buyers are concerned, they can send an email to email@example.com to have Proxibid's Payment Operations team to assist in completing the appropriate state form to support the buyer.
To access their complete invoice, bidders should log into their Proxibid account. For more information on invoices, including how to update a shipping address, see Bidder Invoices.
Click the Print Invoice link in the lower right corner of the page to print the invoice for registration purposes.
For information on submitting payments, see Paying with atgPay.
While the receipt will display the payment details, it will not display the vehicle information.
For information related to taxes on purchases using atgPay, see atgPay: Sales Tax and atgPay: Tax Exemption Certificates.
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