Tips, tricks, and what documentation to prepare
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We will give you some tips and tricks on how to sell and buy your second-hand motorcycle quickly: what should you keep in mind? What documentation must you present? What if the RWC has not passed?
The vast majority of bikers have ever faced when selling your motorcycle. There are several reasons for this: a change in cylinder capacity, we want to change the type of motorcycle, etc. Selling a used motorcycle requires several factors that you must take into account just like buying a used motorcycle. For example; how do I sell my motorcycle without papers? Where can I sell my motorcycle? Do I have to offer a guarantee? How should I put it in the ad?
Get comfortable that you’re going to explain everything. It is going to be a long article. We will talk:
HOW TO SELL MY USED MOTORCYCLE
Motorcycle Wanted to sell – You have two ways to sell your motorcycle: to a private individual or to a professional, either in a workshop or in a dealership.
The first thing we do when we want to sell our used motorcycle is to think about the price. What price do I put?
The vast majority of us tend to think that our motorcycle is worth gold, but unfortunately,
Where I can sell my vehicle?
You can also sell you vehicle to (dandenongcarwrecker.com.au). It is the Car and Motorcycle Wreckers buying company. So feel free to contact with them through this link.
WHAT PRICE TO PUT ON MY USED MOTORCYCLE
To set the price of your used motorcycle, you can consult a table of the market value, tables published each year by the Ministry of Finance that determine the price that vehicles should have according to the years, kilometers, and the type of engine.
It is not advisable, since they only do it for insurers and it is calculated according to the initial market price and its depreciation. The best way to establish a market price for your motorcycle is to make an analysis of those that are sold similarly in-state year and km of buying and selling platforms. This will also allow establishing a position with respect to these in order to enhance their sale (if you need to sell it quickly), putting it one point below similar motorcycles. With these two things, you can determine an approximate price.
SELL THE PARTS OR ACCESSORIES SEPARATELY. YOU WILL GET MORE MONEY
It is true that, on the other hand, if you have a lot of added parts and accessories, depending on how they are, they can increase or decrease the price. Generally, people do not pay for the extras that you have added to the bike.
Tip: you can sell the extra parts or accessories separately and assemble the standard parts. It is recommended that, whatever the case, you include the original parts with the motorcycle.
WHAT DO I NEED TO SELL MY USED MOTORCYCLE: DOCUMENTATION
Once we have an idea of what price we are going to put on our motorcycle, it is time to prepare the documentation. Prepare the registration card, the RWC papers, and the title document if you are not the owner of the motorcycle.
Attention! Keep in mind that if you are not the owner, at the time of formalizing the sale, it must be present.
It is also the time to collect all the invoices for maintenance, repairs, etc. It is essential for the buyer’s peace of mind that you have it prepared. It is very possible that he asks you. And if he doesn’t ask you, offer it. You will build trust and perhaps the sale.
HOW TO SELL A MOTORCYCLE WITHOUT RWC OR PAPERS
If the motorcycle does not have the current RWC or the required permits, be careful: make sure that the motorcycle is in condition to pass it. What repairs and cost it may have. Or, you can agree with the buyer. In the case of motocross or circuit motorcycles, you simply have to make sure that you have an invoice in your name or company to prove that you are the owner.
WHEN TO SELL A MOTORCYCLE – IS THERE A BETTER TIME?
It is not a certain science, but there are times of the year that are more conducive to selling your motorcycle. The greatest supply and demand for motorcycles occur in the spring and summer months. People want to go out and shoot. Of course, keep in mind that you will have many more competitors if you put your motorcycle up for sale in those months.
HOW TO TAKE PHOTOS TO SELL MY MOTORCYCLE
The next step will be the photos. Perhaps the most important aspect since a motorcycle must be sold by the eyes and you have a much better chance of success if your ad has photos.
What photos should we take and how? The most basic thing is to have the bike very clean. Above all, put care in the section of the tires. It is a differential point and makes the bike look like the first day.
Take specific photos for the advertisement: it is not worth taking some photos of our last route. If we take the time to take the photos, the prospective buyer will appreciate it and you will give the feeling that you have taken care of the motorcycle. You are a detailed and serious person.
WHERE AND HOW TO TAKE PHOTOS TO SELL YOUR MOTORCYCLE
It is essential to take photos in a place with natural light. It is not worth taking photos of the motorcycle in the parking lot it is during a sunny day, all the better. Good photos are essential to being successful.
The recommended thing: take a front photo, a rear photo, and one for each side. Once you have done it, take two or three more photos in detail to show an accessory or the condition of the tires and, above all, take a photo of the kilometers on the tachometer. That shows that you have nothing to hide. Regarding not hiding anything, it is important that if your motorcycle has a small scratch or damage, we show it in a photo going with the truth ahead will save us problems and, above all, time. Do not forget to comment on how many owners the motorcycle has had. We do not recommend showing registration. If the buyer asks for it, you give it to him.
In summary: having good photos is a guarantee of success so that your ad is interesting and attracts attention.