Roughly 50 derelict vehicles scattered across the island of Tortola are being put up for sale.
Government said they are inviting residents to submit sealed bids for a chance to buy the vehicles.
The vehicles are being sold ‘as is’, government noted in a media release on Monday.
The release said successful bidders will receive what is known as an award letter to purchase their vehicle of interest.
“Payments should be made to the Accountant General seven working days after an award letter has been received. The letter must be presented when payment is being made. If the highest bidder fails to honour the agreement, the bid will be cancelled and forfeited, and the opportunity given to the next highest bidder to complete the proposal.”
“The sold vehicle must be removed by the successful bidder within 24 hours of the sale at their own expense. No assistance/transportation will be provided by the Government of the Virgin Islands,” government added.
To join the bidding process, interested persons must submit sealed bids addressed and delivered to the ‘Procurement Coordinator’ in the Ministry of Finance located on the third floor of East Atrium at the Central Administration Complex in Road Town.
The bid should include the registration number, make/model, VIN number and year of the vehicle, and in bold capital letters ‘Quotation for Derelict Vehicle’, the government said.
Persons have until 10am on Friday, June 29 to submit a bid.
Meanwhile, persons are allowed to inspect the vehicles at their respective locations, which are listed HERE
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