Seized Motorcycles – Discover the best place to buy seized motorcycles

Looking for a quality motorcycle, but can’t afford a new one, and reliability is very important to you.  Why not consider buying a seized motorcycle from an online auction such as  These motorcycles have often been repossessed and are practically new, but with a much smaller price tag.  How does $100 or less sound?

Government auctions are usually the best place to find these seized motorcycles.  You can do some research on the internet.  A site like will be able to give you a good idea of what is available.  Or you could ask your local dealer where and when the next auction will be, but be careful not to get roped into buying from their dealership as this usually proves to be much more expensive because they still need to make money on the sale.

Make sure that you do a full inspection of any motorcycles that you wish to buy because once you have purchased them, they’re yours, faults and all.  Auctions don’t usually offer warranties.  It’s not a bad idea to perhaps take a long a mechanic or someone who knows a lot about motorcycles so that they can advise you.

Posted under Motorcycle Auctions, Used Car Buying Tips

This post was written by admin on April 9, 2009

What You Need to Know When Buying a Good Used Car

If you are looking to buy a good used car, then the experience you will be envisaging will be exciting and well thought out at the same time. You are probably looking to buy a used car and this will be an exciting experience to have, you will probably want to look at purchasing a really good used car instead of purchasing an expensive one that might be a little out of your budget. There are many different reasons that you would want to buy a used car instead of a new car, and one of the main factors will no doubt be the price of such cars that are on the market.

When you are looking at the price of a used car, you should not look at this as the sole decider when you are looking to buy a vehicle, as some very cheap cars are poor value for money and won’t get you from one place to the other. You may end up having to have your new (used) car fixed and catch the bus to work and back – you bought the car to build your independence, not so that you could catch the bus whilst it costs you more money in the garage.

Posted under Used Car Buying Tips

This post was written by admin on April 5, 2009