Some planning and preparation ahead of time will get you the most when you decide to sell your motorcycle. Research your bike before hand so you’ll know a reasonable asking price and won’t turn away potential buyers. Give your motorcycle a detailed cleaning, touch up any worn areas and make sure everything is in functional condition. First impressions are the best so get good photographs for your ads when you list it online to sell. When you finally meet the buyer, be straight forward with them and allow them to fully inspect the motorcycle. If the buyer wants to give the bike a test ride or have their mechanic look at it, take their requests seriously so they don’t get cold feet and walk away from the deal.
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What to Do When Selling A Motorcycle