How to become a more efficient Copart vehicle browser

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Vehicle FinderWhether you have a specific model in mind or you are just looking to browse all vehicles, Copart has features that make finding and bidding on the vehicles that interest you easy!

You can start with our Vehicle Finder page.  Here you will find a variety of predetermined categories to browse though.  You can also make your own search and define the Year, Make, Model, Location, VIN, or lot number you are looking for.

What to narrow your search results down by even more?

Once your search is complete, you can refine it even more by utilizing the search filters. Break your search down by fuel type, engine type, title type and more to find exactly what you need.

If you run the same search repeatedly, try our Saved Search feature.  At the top of any search results page, you will see the Saved Search button.  By clicking this button, you can collect all the searches you run often to your Saved Searches so the next time you want to browse you don’t have to redefine your search criteria!

Once you have found vehicles you would like to bid on, make sure you add them to your Watchlist. This way you will be able to keep an eye on the vehicles you like.

What to learn more about searching on Copart? Visit our Search Vehicles page by clicking here. If you don’t find exactly what you are looking for you can sign up for vehicle alerts and we will send you an email when the vehicles you want are listed on!


  1. Copart fails to provide a field when listing vehicles for CNG type fuel. Instead, CNG fueled vehicles are listed as “Gas” vehicles. Makes no sense, and Copart refuses to remedy the problem. So while this thread is called “How to become a more efficient Copart vehicle browser”, Copart actually makes it less efficient to search for vehicles. Very frustrationg when multiple vehicles show up in search parameters then after looking at each unit individually, only the Notes Section reads “CNG”. Come on Copart, I know there is somebody in management that knows better.

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