What Happens To Old Government Cars?

Royal/Government Car

What happens to state-owned cars when they've passed their use-by-date?

Mystery Hour Question

When government or royal cars are passed their use-by-date, what happens to them  ?

Graham, Newark

Answer

Name: Alex, Woolwich

Qualification: His dad bought Princess Margaret's old car

Answer: They're sold on to buyers. In fact, anyone can buy an old state-owned car. In the US, government agencies hold auctions for their out-of-date vehicles. In the UK, even The Queen's old Bentley Mulsanne is up for public sale. They usually fetch a decent price, as they're often made to be bulletproof.  

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