Sales of GSA Fleet Vehicles

GSA Fleet leases non-tactical vehicles to other federal agencies. When a vehicle meets its replacement criteria as determined by GSA Fleet, it is offered to the public for sale. Every year, 30,000+ vehicles are sold at auction.

Auction inventory varies at each sale, but usually includes multiple vehicle types with varying fuel capabilities. Auction inventories may include:

Vehicle Types
  • Sedans
  • Station wagons
  • Sport utility vehicles (SUVs)
  • Vans
  • Pickup trucks
  • Buses
  • Ambulances
  • Medium and heavy duty trucks
  • Law enforcement vehicles
  • Specialty equipment (trailers)
Fuel Types
  • Gasoline
  • Diesel
  • Alternative fuel vehicles (AFVs)
  • Hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs)
  • Electric vehicles (EVs)
  • Low speed electric vehicles (LSEVs)
  • Non-powered vehicles (trailers)

Buy a Bus from GSA Fleet

Want to buy a bus? GSA Fleet sells buses at monthly online sales. Learn more about buying a bus from GSA Fleet Vehicle Sales by clicking on the option below.

Read the How to Find a Bus Guide [PDF - 203 KB] to learn how to navigate our site and find a bus. For each sale, visit our sale calendar, choose a sale, look at the sale details at the top of the page and make sure to read the description under the promotion field for the most up to date information on the sale..

Most GSA Fleet Internet sales take place on GSA Auctions. However, a few auction houses use different internet selling platforms. View the Guide to GSA Internet Auction Selling Platforms [PDF - 435 KB] to learn more.

GSA Fleet offers a variety of well maintained buses for sale. Typical buses offered at auction may include:

  • School buses
  • Shuttle buses
  • City transit buses
  • Inter-city coach buses

Our buses are well-maintained and may come with options such as:

  • Upgraded seating
  • Extra luggage space for over the road travel
  • Wheelchair lifts and lock downs
  • Gas or diesel engines
  • Various other comfort and function options.

To learn more, visit GSA Fleet Auto Auctions.

Last Reviewed: 2020-09-09