- ADESA Saskatoon
- 618 48th Street E
- Saskatoon SK
- S7K 6K4 Canada
Tuesday, May 21
Auction starts at 5:30 p.m.
Tuesday, May 21
from 12:00 p.m.
To view or bid on ADESA Saskatoon's live sale click here.
Future Auction Dates:
Tuesday, June 18, 2013
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|Monday||9:00am - 5:00pm|
|Tuesday||9:00am - 5:00pm|
|Wednesday||9:00am - 5:00pm|
|Thursday||9:00am - 5:00pm|
|Friday||9:00am - 5:00pm|
|Call 306-242-8771 for details.|
Buyer Terms And Conditions
1. Vehicle Purchase Restriction. Unless you are a registered motor vehicle dealer, Vehicles may not be purchased for the purposes of resale.
2. Bidder Registration. If you wish to bid at our public auctions, you must register online at least 24 hours before the sale date or in person before or on the date of sale. You must have reached the age of majority and have the capacity to form legally binding contracts to be eligible to register. You are responsible for all purchases made using your bidder number or, if registering online, your user id and password. We reserve the right to decline a bidder registration application or to cancel bidding privileges at any time.
3. Bidder Deposit. If you are the successful bidder on an item, you will be required to immediately pay a deposit equal to the greater of: 10% of the purchase price or the minimum deposit amount. For Vehicle sales, the minimum deposit amount is $400. For all other items, the minimum deposit amount is $100. When you register, you will be required to establish the ability to pay the applicable minimum deposit amount by completing a Credit Card Authorization Form.
4. Payment. Successful bidders must complete and sign the Bill of Sale or sales invoice immediately after the sale. Payment must be made to the Auction and not to the Seller. The Auction must receive payment in full within 1 business day after the auction sale. Payment can be made by certified cheque, bank draft, money order, debit card, or Electronic Funds Transfer. Payment by Visa or MasterCard will be accepted up to a maximum of $5,000 per transaction. Cash payments in excess of $400 are not accepted. Additional charges may apply based on payment method.
5. Buyer Fees and Charges. If you are the successful bidder, in addition to the purchase price, you will be required to pay fees and other charges as follows:
a. Buyer’s Fee
b. Ownership Registration Fee
c. Licensing Fee
d. Vehicle History Report Fee
e. Regulatory Fee (e.g. OMVIC- where applicable)
f. PST and GST, or HST (as applicable)
The amount of each fee will be posted on the Run List for each auction sale. If you choose to purchase additional products or services additional fees will apply.
6. Payment Default. Failure to pay in accordance with these Policies will result in forfeiture of your deposit. In addition to any other rights available at law, if you fail to pay in full within the required time, ADESA shall have the right to a possessory lien and/or to register a security interest (including a purchase money security interest) against the Vehicle(s) on which you were the successful bidder. ADESA may resell the Vehicle(s) without notice to you. The proceeds from the resale, less ADESA’s fees and all costs incurred, will be credited against your account. You will be liable to pay ADESA immediately upon demand any deficiency remaining on your account. Your deposit will be applied to the deficiency and/or retained by the Auction as liquidated damages.
7. Possession. You do not have the right to take possession of an item purchased until the Auction has received payment in full.
8. Know your Purchase. Our auction sales mainly involve used Vehicles. Most used Vehicles have defects, flaws and/or wear and tear. Please allow for this in your bidding. Buyers should inspect items and carefully review all information made available to them before bidding. A post-sale Buyer Protection Plan inspection on all Vehicle purchases is recommended.
9. Information Inconsistencies. Information regarding the description, condition or history of a Vehicle may come from multiple sources (e.g. auction condition report, pictures, vehicle history reports, text announcements, etc) which occasionally can result in duplicate and/or inconsistent disclosure information. If the information provided is inconsistent or unclear, please contact an ADESA Customer Service Representative for clarification prior to bidding.
10. Understand the Bidding Process. Please ensure that you understand the bidding process. Our auction sales are fast-paced and energetic. If you do not understand the bidding process, please ask one of our Customer Service Representatives to assist you. For LiveBlock® Sales, please also review the Online Training modules offered through the ADESA Online System.
11. Lights. You are responsible for observing and understanding the Vehicle sale lights.
12. Auctioneer Announcements. Listen carefully to the Auctioneer before the bidding begins. The Auctioneer may have important information to tell bidders (including LiveBlock® online bidders) about the item that is up for sale. Auctioneer announcements may update or correct information previously provided and, in the event of inconsistency, will take precedence. The Auctioneer is not required to repeat information about an item during the sale. The Buyer is responsible for listening to the Auctioneer announcements. If in doubt, ask an ADESA Customer Service Representative for assistance.
13. Tote Board. At most Auction sites there is an electronic tote board behind the Auctioneer’s podium that displays the bid price of the item that is on the auction block. As there may be a delay between when the Auctioneer accepts a bid and when it is recorded on the tote board, you must listen to the Auctioneer carefully for the most current bid price. If there is a difference between the tote board price and the price called by the Auctioneer, the price called by the Auctioneer takes precedence.
14. Ringmen. Most of our In-Lane Sales have Ringmen (male or female) who stand in or near the auction lane and assist the Auctioneer in identifying bids. If you want to place a bid, catch the attention of a Ringman or the Auctioneer.
15. Bidding Process at In-Lane Sales.
a. Tendering a Bid. You will be deemed to have tendered a bid when you indicate, by speech, expression, hand signal or otherwise, the intention to enter a bid equal to or greater than the price being called by the Auctioneer. Once tendered, a bid may not be withdrawn.
b. Accepting a Bid. The Auctioneer may not accept a bid that, in the opinion of the Auctioneer, is only a nominal or fractional advance on the highest bid previously accepted by the Auctioneer or if the Auctioneer believes that the bid was not tendered in good faith.
c. Tied Bids. Where bids are tied, the Auctioneer may break the tie in any manner that the Auctioneer considers appropriate in the circumstances. The decision of the Auctioneer is final.
d. Sale. Except for If Bids, an item is sold when the Auctioneer announces that it has been sold. The Buyer who tendered the highest bid accepted by the Auctioneer immediately before the sold announcement is the successful bidder and is required to complete the sale.
e. If Bids. When the bids do not reach the Reserve Price, the Auctioneer may conditionally sell the item subject to an If Bid (also called phone bid or confirmation sale). When a Buyer makes an If Bid, the Seller has two hours (or other announced time frame) to accept the bid. The Buyer may not withdraw the If Bid during the If Bid time frame.
16. LiveBlock® Bidding Process. You tender a LiveBlock® bid by selecting or entering the dollar amount of your bid in the appropriate box and selecting the appropriate LiveBlock® icon confirming your bid. Once a LiveBlock® bid is made, it cannot be withdrawn. The bid must be received by ADESA’s server and must equal or exceed the price being called by the Auctioneer to be eligible for acceptance. Except for the method of tendering the bid, the bidding process applicable to In-Lane Sales applies to LiveBlock® bidders.
17. Vehicle History Reports. Vehicle History Reports are available for all Vehicles offered for sale. It is the Buyer’s responsibility to read them.
18. Reserve Prices. If none of the bids received equal or exceed the Reserve Price, the items will not be sold unless the Seller expressly authorizes the sale.
19. Disputes. Any bidding disputes will be settled by the Auctioneer at his or her sole discretion. The decision of the Auctioneer is final.
20. Loading and Transportation. Buyer is responsible for all costs associated with loading and transporting items purchased. If requested, the Auction can arrange transportation (fees apply).
21. Storage Charges. Once you have purchased and paid for your items, please remove it from the Auction site as soon as possible. For Vehicles, storage fees of $50 per calendar day apply on and after the fifth business day after the sale. For all other items, the per calendar day storage fee will be listed on the Run List.
22. Title. Regardless of the method of payment and the status of the ownership registration, title to a purchased item does not pass to the Buyer until payment in full has been made and the funds have actually been received by the Auction.
23. Exports. If you are planning to export an item, you are responsible for ensuring that the item satisfies all applicable export and import requirements. The Auction does not supply documentation for import or export purposes.
 In some provinces, licensed motor vehicle dealers with a valid retail sales tax exemption certificate may be exempt from paying provincial sales tax.