No problem. As long as your vehicle is paid for and you have insurance on it, no problem.
Vehicles will be stored free for 4 days after that a charge of $5.00 per day will be charged to the purchaser.
Yes, you do beacause the auction sale does not take place on reserve land. However, if you are a Status Indian, you can file back for the taxes.
When we sell vehicles they are sold "AS IS/WHERE IS." We expect buyers to look vehicles over carefully. If a person decided that they did not want the vehicle after bidding on it, the auction would refuse that person from entering the auction facility and sue the buyer for loss of commission, etc.
(WE TAKE A VERY DIM VIEW OF THIS PRACTICE. IF YOU HAVE NOT LOOKED THE VEHICLE OVER DO NOT BID ON IT!)
As long as a person checks out the vehicle they are interested in, does the research on prices they should have no problem at all. Always remember vehicles in premium condition will bring a fair price. A lot of the buyers will check vehicles over that they cannot afford with the hopes of getting a steal. When they see a vehicle coming through the auction ring at a steal they start bidding even when they have not looked at the condition of the vehicle. This is where most problems occur. Normally when a vehicle is selling for a very cheap price, there is a reason for it.
We can not stress enough PLEASE DO THE RESEARCH, IF YOU DO YOU WON'T HAVE ANY PROBLEMS.