debuts 24/7 Online Public Auto Auction For Vehicle Sales in Las Vegas

Modern auction vehicle site puts ease and safety back into selling your car and partners with Paralyzed Veterans of America Nevada Chapter for donations on all listings

LAS VEGAS – June 09, 2021 – Buying and selling vehicles just got simpler in Southern Nevada with the opening of, the ‘cash for cars’ auction designed to make selling your car seller to buyer easy, fast, safe and affordable. The 24/7 online public auto auction was created to make the process of selling unwanted cars, boats, motorcycles, aircrafts and more in the local market as fast and effortless as possible. also allows community members to sell any vehicle in any condition, whether they are drivable or not with full transparency.

To celebrate their official opening in Las Vegas, is partnering with Paralyzed Veterans of America Nevada Chapter for ‘Vehicles for Vets’ now through July 4, 2021. During this program, will donate a portion of any vehicle listed on the site. The local group will also provide free scheduling and pick-up for any vehicle donation to the non-profit organization with 100 percent of the proceeds going directly to the charity. For 75 years, Paralyzed Veterans of America has been dedicated to improving the quality of life for veterans and the disabled community with spinal cord injuries or dysfunction. They work closely with the community to ensure proper legislation, advocacy, research and programming for the disabled veteran community

As an additional benefit to new sellers, will also offer a FREE listing assistance appointment now through July 4 to any public seller who’d like a little extra help getting the most from their listing. This appointment will include a complimentary walk-around video, photos of the vehicle and full listing.

The idea for came to life after CEO Raymond Adray moved to Las Vegas and recognized an opening in the local used vehicle market. Although sales were taking place via classified ads and at local junk yards, he knew there was a spot for a licensed company that could bring cash to an individual and haul their car away. Adray began buying up vehicles around the community and realized many sellers were not aware of the selling process or had no knowledge of the vehicles they were selling. He wanted to help these people make as much money as their vehicle is worth in a safe, easy and regulated way, thus was born. He also wanted to ensure that local charities who offered car donation programs to their supporters, like Paralyzed Veterans of America, had an outlet to get top dollar for their donations rather than a fraction of the value as in other car donation programs.

“We want to remove any complications from the process of selling used vehicles while also providing education and support in the market, as well as a public service for our local charities,” said Partner and CEO Raymond Adray, “We designed the online auction format with convenience in mind and we are here to help every step of the way.”

Motobucks puts an extensive selection of vehicles of all types in one online marketplace that is accessible to everyone, including private buyers, dealerships, body shops and salvage yards. Anyone can quickly list a vehicle at by writing a vehicle description, listing the specifications and uploading photos at no cost. The vehicle will then be featured in a live auction for a select period of time designated by the seller, instantly becoming available to thousands of serious car buyers in the area. A local bidding war will ensue and, as soon as the sale is completed, the buyer and seller will exchange information to complete the transaction no longer than 24 hours after the auction is over. Sellers can also choose to set a ‘Steal the deal’ price option, where buyers can purchase the item immediately without waiting for the auction to end.

More information about can be found online at or by calling (702) 570-3036. The online auctions run 24 hours a day, seven days a week with technical support available from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. is also on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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