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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Those in the market for a car have a new option that doesn't require leaving the house.

The Arizona Department of Transportation launched a new website to auction off its surplus items, including used cars, construction equipment, among other things put on the site as they become available.

To register, log onto publicsurplus.com, mark Arizona as the region and Arizona Department of Transportation as the participating agency.

Potential bidders can now use a credit card.

Go to the auction website here: http://www.publicsurplus.com/.

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