Bid History for 2004 BROCE SELF-PROPELLED SWEEPER
Auction Start Date: 09/24/21 9:59 AM ET
Auction End Date: 09/30/21 12:33 PM ET
Asset ID: 23568 Number of Bids: 5
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DUE TO COVID-19 WE ARE CURRENTLY ONLY ACCEPTING WIRE TRANSFERS AND IN PERSON CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS
New bidders to the State of South Carolina Surplus Property Office must pay via cash, certified bank check or wire transfer unless you are an established customer, see payment instructions for more info. THE STATE OF SC WILL EMAIL THE HIGH BIDDER WITH DETAILED PAYMENT AMOUNTS AND INSTRUCTIONS. THIS EMAIL WILL BE IN ADDITION TO THE BUYER'S CERTIFICATE FROM GOVDEALS. PLEASE WAIT ON OUR EMAIL INVOICE WITH CORRECT TOTALS BEFORE MAKING PAYMENT.
You will be bidding on a 2004 BROCE SELF-PROPELLED SWEEPER. Item appears to be in poor condition. Repairs may be needed (exact repairs needed unknown) This item may have damage not seen by, or reported to our agency. Inspection recommended. This item was used by the DOT and is located at the DOT in Columbia, South Carolina. The overall condition of this property is unknown to the Surplus Property Office.
ALL items are sold as is, where is, with no warranty expressed, written, or implied. Bidders are strongly encouraged to inspect the item before bidding. Major or minor defects may or may not be noted. Other defects may exist and it is YOUR responsibility to verify the functional ability of each item listed.
Contact Jeff Brown 803-737-6713 or Bill Apperson 803-737-3681for more information. *This item is for pickup only at the Department of Transportation in Columbia, South Carolina. The agency will assist with loading by forklift.
SCDOT is not responsible for load tie-down nor compliance with Federal Regulations in regards to the transportation of equipment. Per the FEDERAL SIZE REGULATIONS FOR COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLES (CMVs) All trucks leaving the South Carolina Department of Transportation Depot will not exceed an overall height of 13 feet, 6 inched (4.11 meters)
Notice to Bidder: The South Carolina Surplus Property Office is a state agency that sells used property for other government agencies across the State of South Carolina. We normally get little to no information on most items we sell and it is the bidders responsibility to inspect and determine the overall condition of the items they wish to purchase.
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE PICTURE(S) MAY BE A PART OF THE DESCRIPTION BUT CAN ONLY BE RELIED UPON AS A REASONABLE REPRESENTATION OF THE ITEM(S) LISTED. PHYSICAL INSPECTION OF PROPERTY IS ENCOURAGED AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.
PLEASE NOTE: A 7.5% ADMINISTRATIVE FEE WILL BE CHARGED TO THE WINNING BIDDER.
THE ADMINISTRATION FEE WILL BE TAXED BECAUSE IT IS PART OF THE SELLING PRICE.
THE SALES TAX WILL BE 5% WITH A CAP OF $500.00).
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|Contact Jeff Brown 803-737-6713 or Bill Apperson 803-737-3681 for more information.
Inspection will be on September 29th from 12:30pm to 3:30pm
Bidder represents and warrants it shall indemnify and hold the State of South Carolina, the Department of Administration, and the Department of Transportation harmless from any and all liability, damage, expense, claims, liens or judgments, including reasonable attorneys’ fees, resulting from injury to person or damage to property resulting from or in any fashion arising out of Bidder’s inspection of the Property including but not limited to the negligent acts, errors or omissions of Bidder, its agents, employees, volunteers, contractors, or invitees. Bidder understands and agrees that the Property is being sold in “As-is” condition without any representation regarding the Property’s condition or otherwise
BEFORE ANY PAYMENT CAN BE MADE, WE MUST CREATE A BILL OF SALE. WITHIN 24 HOURS AFTER THE AUCTION HAS CLOSED, THE STATE OF SC WILL EMAIL THE HIGH BIDDER WITH DETAILED PAYMENT AMOUNTS AND INSTRUCTIONS. THIS EMAIL WILL BE IN ADDITION TO THE BUYER'S CERTIFICATE FROM GOVDEALS.
Payment in full is due not later than 5 business days from the time and date of the Buyer’s Certificate. Payment not received in 5 business days will result in default, and the asset will be relisted. The bidder will not be allowed to participate in future auctions. All payments must be via cash, certified bank check, or wire transfer unless you are an established customer with the State of South Carolina Surplus Property Office. A customer may be designated as an established customer once the customer, using the same name and address, has initially completed at least 3 qualified transactions within a one year period, where each transaction is at least fifteen calendar days apart from another transaction. A qualified transaction is a purchase in the amount of at least $700 where payment in full was timely received and all items were timely picked up by the customer. An established customer may make purchases with a credit card provided that no transaction (or group of transactions purchased within a fifteen calendar day period) exceeds $5000.00 and the name and address for the credit card match the name and address of the established customer. Our Office reserves the right, in this Office’s sole discretion, to decline to accept credit cards from any customer, at any time.
The winning bidder is responsible for paying all fees associated with paying via wire transfer.
Acceptable forms of payment are: U. S. Currency, Bank Certified Check, or Credit Cards thru EGOV (Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or American Express-instructions will be sent in an email invoice from our office). Credit card purchases are limited to below $5,000.00 and Bidders residing in the United States, Canada and Mexico Only. If the winning bid plus applicable taxes, if any indicated, plus the administrative fee equals to $5,000.00 or more, a Wire Transfer or Bank Certified Check must be used (a certified check must be signed by bank official and say certified check on the document). Bank Certified Checks shall be made payable to: The State of South Carolina. All payments are processed at the Surplus Property Office, 1441 Boston Avenue, West Columbia, South Carolina 29170. If Wire Transfer is chosen, a Wire Transfer Transaction Summary page will provide payment and account information. The Wire Transfer must also be completed within 5 business days.
Contact Jeff Brown 803-737-6713 or Bill Apperson 803-737-3681 for more information on removal.
All items must be removed within 10 business days from the time and date of the Buyer’s Certificate. The Buyer will make all arrangements and perform all work necessary, including packing, loading and transportation of the property. SCDOT is not responsible for load tie-down nor compliance with Federal Regulations in regards to the transportation of equipment.Property may be removed Monday thru Thursday 7:30am till 2:00pm excluding state holidays. SCDOT asks that you wear a mask while in their office. For additional information, please contact Ian Guild Supply Manager, (803) 896-6880 office – (803) 896-6899 fax or e-mail: Ian.Guild@admin.sc.gov. A daily storage fee of $25.00 may be charged for any item not removed within the 10 business days allowed and stated on the Buyer’s Certificate.
|Waiver of all liability from the State of South Carolina for loading and property removal. The winning bidder will be liable for any damage or harm that may take place during the loading and removal of property awarded to that bidder. In addition, the winning bidder shall indemnify, defend and save harmless the State of South Carolina, The Department of Administration, the Owning Agency and their representatives from any liability arising out of the winning bidder’s acts or omissions including the failure to secure adequate insurance coverage.
Consideration of Bid. State of South Carolina reserves the right to reject any and all bids and to withdraw from sale any of the items listed.
Pursuant to Section 30-2-40(B) of the S.C. Code of Laws, information collected by and/or provided to the Department of Administration may be personal information as defined by “The Family Privacy Protection Act of 2002” (S.C. Code Section 30-2-10 et seq.) and subject to public scrutiny or release pursuant to FOIA or media request.