Fri, Nov 27, 2015


City of LaVergne selling 19-used government vehicles

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The City of LaVergne is selling 19-vehicles they no longer use. The vehicles are listed on the GovDeals website.  

The City of La Vergne has placed these 19 vehicles – including cars, SUVs, and trucks – up for auction. Eight of the vehicles are available to the general public and nine are available for law enforcement only. In addition, a yellow steel trailer, a Smith 100 air compressor, and a Rol-Mol Hydrostatic Pavement Roller are for sale.

“As La Vergne replaces our old and outdated equipment, the preferred method to dispose of that surplus property is by an auction on,” said City Administrator Bruce Richardson. “After someone wins the bid, they are responsible for coming to the location to pick it up. Items are sold as is, where is, but our staff are very descriptive about the items up for auction. Buyers may also inspect the auction items prior to bidding.”

Some of the vehicles currently available to the general public are a 1993 Chevrolet Suburban, a 1993 GMC Yukon, a 1998 Pontiac Bonneville SE Sedan 4-door, and a 1999 Chevrolet Tahoe.

Buyers can bid on surplus city assets in which they are interested after registering and logging in. Like other online auction sites, the items are available for a specific period of time. In this auction cycle, some of the items will close on March 12 and bids will close on March 14 for other items.  The highest bidder will win unless the auction reserve has not been met.

Below: Picture from of LaVergne vehicle up for auction


Kathy Tyson, LaVergne
PR Director / PIO "LaVergne"

For more information, go to the city web page at, click on the “Services” tab and go to “Government Auctions.”

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