What You're Bidding On
- Salvage items are typically damaged goods. Manitoba Public Insurance doesn't warrantee or guarantee salvage in any way, including accuracy of odometer readings, year, make and model or mechanical condition. Salvage is offered for sale as is and where is. All Sales Are Final!
- "Parts only" salvage vehicles are exactly that. They can never be registered for use on public roads, anywhere. They cannot be operated displaying a "D" or "R" plate or any temporary certificate.
- Vehicles with cosmetic damage only—i.e. damage that does not render the vehicle unsafe, structurally or mechanically, (hail, theft, etc.) are designated as "salvageable with exception", and do not need a Body Integrity Inspection Certificate (BIIC) to be registered. However, they will require a Certificate of Inspection (COI).
- We can't guarantee we'll have keys for the vehicle you've bought—if we have the keys, we'll give them to you with the bill of sale after purchase.
- Confidentiality prevents us from giving out the previous owner's name or any information about that person's claim.
- MPI will endeavor to discharge any registered lien on your purchase.
How and When to Pay
- Pay by cash, certified cheque, debit card, VISA, or MasterCard. Any bank verification fee for cheques will be added to the purchase price.
- Bidders who have bought on pre-arranged credit must meet the terms and conditions of their Credit Sales agreement with Manitoba Public Insurance.
- Full payment required by 4:30 p.m. the day of the auction.
- Bidders who don't meet these conditions, forfeit their $400 deposit.
Please note: Important changes to Brandon Salvage