All items are sold as-is [Voetstoots] with no implied or otherwise guarantee of conditions, make, model, quantity or status.
All items are sold with liabilities attaching to the item passing to the buyer on awarding the bid to the buyer.
All payments, including the full purchase price, VAT and commissions are due within 48 hours of the bid having been awarded to the buyer.
Where applicable, the buyer will at his/her own cost be responsible for collecting the Natis documents and change of ownership documentation from the seller.
Once the bid has been awarded, the buyer will be responsible for all storage and release fees from date of such award as might be applicable.
The buyer will be responsible and liable for removal of the item from its location at his/her own cost.
All items bought must be collected within seven days from date of payment failing which a storage and release fee of R150.00 plus 14% VAT per day will be charged.
All items bought will only be released once full payment has cleared in the sellers account.
Sub-regulation 26(2) of the Consumer Protection Act prescribes that every prospective bidder must, prior to the commencement of online bid, register his or her identity in the bidders' record, providing his or her positive identification, juristic registration documents, and proof of residence in terms of the Financial Intelligence Act (FICA), No. 31 of 2001.
Tiger Truck Sales & Spares (PTY) Ltd shall have the right to terminate any registration if:
The purchaser fails to timeously comply with any obligation imposed either by legislation or by Tiger Truck Sales & Spares (PTY) Ltd;
Tiger Truck Sales & Spares (PTY) Ltd have reason to believe that the purchaser has engaged in any unlawful or untruthful activity while making use of the services or has attempted to collude or deceive Tiger Truck Sales & Spares (PTY) Ltd or other users at any time;
The purchaser does not comply with these terms and conditions.
All vehicles which are bid have Codes, which are described as follows:
Code 2 -widely described as a “Used Vehicle”, can be in a damaged state.
Code 3 -widely described as a “Rebuilt Vehicle”, can be in a damaged state.
Code 4 -is a “Permanently Demolished Vehicle”. This vehicle may only be purchased for parts and cannot be repaired or driven.
In the event of a bid subject to a reserved or upset price, and provided notice has been given in advance in terms of section 45(4) of the Consumer Protection Act, the seller or the auctioneer, or any other person on behalf of the seller, or the auctioneer, as the case maybe, may bid up to the reserve price but not equal to or exceeding the reserve price.
In the event of an absolute or bid without reserve, the bid will be conducted in accordance with the provisions of sub-regulation 20(18) and (19) of the Consumer Protection Act. In particular goods will not be offered or sold at an absolute or bid without reserve unless there is a bona fide intention at the time of advertising and at the time of the bid to sell the goods and transfer ownership of the goods, regardless of the amount of the highest and last bid, to the highest bidder, without any requirement for a minimum bid, and without allowing competing bids of any type by the seller, or any agent of the seller. In addition, the seller of the goods cannot withdraw the goods from the bid after the bid is opened and there is public solicitation or calling for bids at an absolute or bid without reserve.
A secured party or other lien holder or any individual party who is not a seller is not prohibited from bidding at an bid without reserve, provided such bidding does not constitute, nor is tantamount to the direct or indirect establishment or agreement to the establishment of a reserve price for the goods by the seller, or the auctioneer, or anyone aiding or assisting, or acting on behalf of the seller, or the auctioneer as the case may be.
Sub-regulation 20(19)(d) of the Consumer Protection Act permits certain goods to be offered with reserve and others offered absolute or without reserve at the same bid, and at the same time, provided non-misleading advertisement make it clear, through appropriate emphasis, which goods are offered by each method.
There are vehicles which are sold with a reserve price, and can be identified where the vehicle is marked “Subject to Confirmation” (STC). The Auctioneer or his agent shall be entitled to bid up to the Reserve
Price on behalf of the owner but shall not be entitled to make a bid exceeding the Reserve Price. STC will be confirmed within 24 (twenty four) hours after the bid.
The control of the bid shall be conducted by the auctioneer, who has the sole right to regulate the bidding process and control the bid increments.
The auctioneer has the right to withdraw any vehicle scheduled to be auctioned.
The auctioneer may only sell to registered bidders. No bid will be taken from unregistered persons without bidder numbers as prescribed by sub-regulations 24(h) and 28(2) of the Consumer Protection Act.
The document handling fee charged of R250.00 is a pre-sales administration fee to prepare documents for sale. This is not the fee charged by licensing authorities to change ownership of the vehicle and license the vehicle in the new purchaser’s name. This fee is for the purchaser’s account.
Papers will be available upon collection of vehicle or within a reasonable period of time.
Papers will only be given to the person who registered for the auction. Papers will not be issued on a driver’s licence. Papers will only be issued on a RSA ID or Traffic Register and Passport, and once full and final payment has been effected.
Notice of Change of Ownership (NCO) documents will be given to the registered purchaser to complete in his/her name only.
Papers will only be given to a third party if they have a signed letter of consent from the purchaser and a certified copy of the purchaser’s ID.
In terms of the Road Traffic Act 1989 Regulation 237(1), no person may buy, sell or trade with an unregistered or unlicensed vehicle.
If the purchaser purchases a Code 2, he/she must register the vehicle in his/her name within 21 (twenty-one) days of purchase, as per the Road Traffic Act 1989 Section 14. Code 2 vehicles can be registered before they are repaired.
If the purchaser purchases a Code 3, he/she must first repair his/her vehicle, and then take it for Police Clearance. The purchaser will then be able to register the vehicle in his/her name.
A Code 4 vehicle is sold with No Papers and cannot be licensed or rebuilt
Any traffic fines / E Toll received from vehicles bid by Tiger Truck Spares & Spares (PTY) Ltd, will be transferred onto the purchaser’s name and for the purchaser’s account.
Date of first registration on the registration papers, is not necessarily the year model.
The purchaser may only bid for the vehicle(s) that he/she is able (physically, financially and legally) to purchase.
The purchaser buys the vehicle(s) as is and in the specific condition that it/they are offered in.
Neither the seller nor Tiger Truck Sales & Spares (PTY) Ltd have a duty to repair the vehicle(s).
The purchaser acknowledges that the vehicles are salvage vehicles and agrees that the vehicles are sold without any guarantee or warranty (express, implied, common law or statutory) and therefore the purchaser purchases the vehicles at his/her own risk.
Should the purchaser have any issue with purchase of the vehicles due to any reason whatsoever, all discussions, interactions and disputes must be directed at the seller.
Notwithstanding what is contained in these terms and conditions, the purchaser will be deemed to accept, acknowledge and agree that Tiger Truck Sales & Spares (PTY) Ltd will not be held liable to the purchaser for any losses, damages, expenses or harm of whatsoever nature however same may arise.
All terms and conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the Republic of South Africa.
No provision of the terms and conditions (including, without limitation, the provisions of this clause) may be amended, substituted or otherwise varied, and no provision may be added to or incorporated in this agreement, except (in any such case) by an agreement in writing signed by the duly authorised representatives of the parties.
Any relaxation, indulgence or delay (together “Indulgence”) by either party in exercising, or any failure by either party to exercise, any right under the terms and conditions shall not be construed as a waiver of that right and shall not affect the ability of that party subsequently to exercise that right or to pursue any remedy, nor shall any indulgence constitute a waiver of any other right (whether against that party or any other person).
Except where expressly provided to the contrary in the terms and conditions, these terms and conditions constitute the entire agreement between the parties in connection with its subject matter and supersedes all prior representations, communications, negotiations and understandings concerning the subject matter of the terms and conditions.
The terms and conditions may be executed in any number of identical counterparts, all of which when taken together shall constitute one agreement. Any single counterpart or a set of counterparts taken together which, in either case, are executed by the parties shall constitute a full original of the agreement between the parties for all purposes.
We consult on the appraisal of Fleets, Trailers and other specialized vehicles. We are experts in the Trucking Industry and will assist Assessors, Insurance companies and Brokers nationwide in identifying misrepresentation of specifications, pre-evaluation and assessment pre-Accident evaluations for Insurance policies as well as the appraisals of vehicles after an accident. We have Holding yards in the Major Centers Nation Wide, Our Johannesburg, Kwa-zulu Natal and Cape Town Holding yards safeguard disputed units, from which recovered salvage claims have not yet been Finalized, at no cost and for a reasonable time. 24 Hour Security, CCTV, Electric Fencing and razor wire safeguard our holding yards with strict security measures with gate guards ensuring in-and-out controls of all vehicles. Each vehicle is checked upon arrival for any shortages or tampering and issued with a stock card checklist.
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from Salvage Contracts, Fleet
holders and private owners.
Our used parts include
engines and gearboxes that are
compression tested and run hot
before being sold.
Our range of used parts include: Engines,
cabs, front and rear axles, steering boxes,
injection pumps, crankshafts, blocks,
and pistons, Gearboxes, differentials &
Tiger Truck will show you
how secondhand truly can
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