Physical Auction Buyer Protection Plan

Our Buyer Protection Plan (BPP) helps make your bidding and buying time more productive. While sellers are responsible for the representations made about the vehicles they consign, it’s the buyers’ responsibility to confirm those representations in a timely manner (see DAA Northwest’s General Policies and DAA Seattle General Policies). When you purchase a BPP for a vehicle, you hire us to inspect the vehicle to confirm the representations, and if necessary, start the arbitration process if we find any discrepancies.


With vehicle and repair costs on the rise, we’ve increased our coverage so you can continue buying with confidence from McConkey Auction Group. BPPs (Buyer Protection Plans) must be purchased on Day of Sale

Premium 14-Day Frame & Drive

$295 / $5,000

14-Day Frame & Drive

$220 / $3,500

14-Day Drive Check

$175 / $3,500

7-Day Frame & Drive

$170 / $2,000

7-Day Drive Check

$135/ $2,000

Frame Check


Vehicles that fail Auction's BPP inspection will result in the following inspection fees, charged to the buyer:

Frame & Drive


Drive Check


Frame Check


How It Works

  • Contact your Auction Sales Rep to notify them that you would like a BPP during business hours the day of your purchase.
  • Auction’s inspection team will conduct a test drive and a visual inspection to determine if there are issues with the vehicle that should result in arbitration. If so, the deal will be placed in arbitration and we will contact you.
  • When the vehicle arrives at your dealership perform a standard safety and service inspection (Note: The BPP inspection is not designed to cover this level of inspection).
  • If a defect or required repair surfaces in a system or component that is specifically covered by the terms of sale and Auction’s General Policies within the required time (either 7 or 14 days) you should contact the auction you purchased the vehicle from to have the matter resolved. Auction will, at its discretion, reimburse you or repair the vehicle up to the maximum amount of the applicable coverage.


  1. While buyers have the option of ordering an inspection service on any vehicle purchased, the BPP coverage will only apply to covered items. Modified vehicles are subject to limited coverage.
  2. Auction must receive notice of any problems by the close of business either 7 or 14 business days following the sale, depending upon the program option purchased. Sale Day is Day #1.
  3. Verification of diagnosis and repair estimates will be provided by Auction, or at a shop selected by Auction. The Auction, at its discretion, will cancel the sale or repair the vehicle. Buyers are responsible for promptly moving the vehicle to the inspection or repair facility designated by Auction.
  4. Vehicles that have been resold, driven excessively, damaged or misused after leaving the auction premises are disqualified from BPP claims eligibility.
  5. The repair or reimbursement coverage provided by DAA is limited to the maximum amount of coverage according to the level of inspection chosen at the time of sale.
  6. Any compensation, price adjustment or repairs made under the BPP are subject to Auction’s General Policies and may change from time to time without notice.
  7. Online physical auction purchases of eligible vehicles will include the purchase of 7-Day Frame & Drive BPP unless specifically declined by the buyer.