Postal Vehicle Auctions?

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When government agencies, such as the post office, are done using a vehicle, they will put it up for auction instead of scrapping it. Some of these vehicles will be sold at an auction held by the government. The post office will advertise these auctions by posting an ad in the newspaper, in the post office, or on television. The auctions vary in the way they are conducted. These auctions may be conducted by a sealed bid or by open bidding.
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