CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Parents looking to send their child back to college with a set of wheels may consider buying a surplus used vehicle from the state.
The West Virginia State Agency for Surplus Property has dozens of vehicles available from its fleet. The choices include numerous Jeep Liberty and Grand Cherokee SUV models, along with Chevrolet, Dodge, Chrysler and GMC vehicles. The vehicles' odometers range from 46,000 to 160,000 miles, and prices range from a few hundred dollars to $15,000.
Assistant purchasing director Elizabeth Perdue says the vehicles were properly maintained for government use.
Payments can be made by check, credit card or money orders. No cash payments will be accepted.
For more information, contact the surplus property agency at (800) 576-7587.