online auctionKingman, AZ. Mohave County will hold its annual online surplus auction of retired vehicles and miscellaneous vehicle equipment and parts for one week, beginning March 24, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. through March 31, 2015 6:00 p.m. These surplus vehicles have served their full use with the County in accordance with Mohave County’s Fleet Management Plan, which defines the service life of vehicles based on years of service and mileage. The auction items include 45 retired County vehicles, and 30 pallets of miscellaneous equipment and parts. Bidders may inspect the vehicles, equipment and parts at 3675 E. Andy Devine Avenue, Kingman, Arizona 86401 beginning March 25, 2015 through March 31, 2015, excluding Saturday and Sunday, from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.; no appointment is necessary. The online auctions are conducted through Public Surplus, a contracted Internet service that works much like eBay, but is designed specifically for use by governmental agencies and educational institutions. To view the items up for auction, register and/or bid, visit:,az/browse/home?tm=m Registration is free for potential bidders, but it is necessary to read the terms and conditions very carefully before placing bids and purchasing items. All Sales are final; do not bid unless you have read, understood and agree to the Terms and Conditions as stated on the County’s auction website. Public Surplus collects all payments for Mohave County on all successful surplus auctions. All bidders will be required to post a bid deposit. The amount of the deposit will be one dollar ($1.00) for small items and one hundred dollars ($100.00) for larger items, for each auction of interest. In addition, a ten percent (10%) Buyer Premium will be added to the final sale price. Acceptable methods of payment include Paypal®, debit card, credit card, and wire transfer. Payment is due within five (5) business days after the close of the auction. Bidders are solely responsible for making arrangements to pick up auction items, including labor for packing, crating, removal, and transportation. Mohave County does not provide any shipping, crating, loading or tools needed to move items. The winning bidder must pick up all items in person within ten (10) business days after the close of the auction. Additional details regarding pick up can be found on the County’s auction website. Mohave County holds online surplus auctions throughout the year. Those interested may visit,az/browse/home?tm=mregularly to see if one is in progress. For more information about Mohave County online surplus auctions, call the Mohave County Procurement Department at (928) 753-0752.