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TradeRev, CarsArrive Offer Free Vehicle Transportation

August 02, 2018

Dealers who use TradeRev to buy vehicles from sellers in New York, New Jersey, or Pennsylvania before Sept. 30 can receive free vehicle transportation through a partnership with CarsArrive. Photo by wiggijo via Pixabay
Dealers who use TradeRev to buy vehicles from sellers in New York, New Jersey, or Pennsylvania before Sept. 30 can receive free vehicle transportation through a partnership with CarsArrive. Photo by wiggijo via Pixabay

CARMEL, Ind. Digital auction platform provider TradeRev partnered with CarsArrive Network to save dealers money while fostering an expanded, coast-to-coast auction marketplace, the companies announced. TradeRev is offering free vehicle transportation for dealers purchasing vehicles in qualifying states. TradeRev and CarsArrive Network are business units of KAR Auction Services Inc.

“TradeRev is committed to making the buying and selling of automotive inventory as fast, fair and easy as possible for dealers,” said Becca Polak, president of TradeRev and chief legal officer for KAR Auction Services Inc. “Dealers want seamless purchasing options at a value. By tapping into KAR’s resources, this partnership with CarsArrive helps sellers reach a broader group of buyers and helps buyers expand their purchasing market area far beyond local at no additional cost.”

From now until Sept. 30, 2018, dealers who purchase vehicles on TradeRev from sellers in New York, New Jersey, or Pennsylvania will receive free vehicle transportation. Dealers buying in qualifying Western states from sellers in qualifying Western states receive free vehicle transportation through Dec. 31. Qualifying Western states include Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming, all according to the announcement.

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