We receive our vehicles from a number of top insurers in South Africa. We hold online timed auctions every week, where you can bid on a car you want to buy. If your price is the highest among all the bidders, once the timed auction period is over, the car will be reserved for you to buy.
In order for you to bid on any timed auction vehicle - you'll need to register with us on our site. A R5000 deposit will be required before you can bid on your vehicle.
We also need your full contact details so we can contact you.
We accept cash payments instore, eft payments or direct deposits at the bank.
Payment must be made within 48 hours once notified that your offer was the highest bid. Banking details will be communicated to you through our marketing department.
Once the money reflects in our bank account the vehicle can be collected. Proof of payment to be e-mailed to: email@example.com and use the Lot number as your reference number when making the payment. If payment is not made within the 48 hrs you will forfeit your deposit and a new deposit needs to be made if you want to bid again.
There are no hidden fees or charges. all prices excludes vat. Therefore when you bid take note you are bidding with a vat exclusive amount – so take your vat to be added into consideration.
We sell vehicles of two code types:
Code 2: These are second hand used vehicles that have had one or more previous owners, or they've been recovered after having been stolen or they have been in a minor accident.
Code 3: These are Code 1 or Code 2 vehicles that have been involved in an accident and are unfit to use on the road. These cars have been structurally damaged and need substantial rebuilding before they can be deemed roadworthy.
You'll need to arrange all vehicle collections. Should you need them, we have towing suppliers available at an additional cost to you. Please ask our staff for more information.
You can see the vehicles on auction either on our website on the timed auction page
Note all vehicles are sold voetstoots and no refunds will be given.
Hallmark auto purchases vehicles from insurance companies and will advertise as per the assessor’s report. Hallmark does not inspect the vehicle from a mechanical point of view. Therefore we are not responsible for the vehicle and any other fault findings on the vehicle sold to you. Vehicle is sold voetstoots