Fundamentals for selling your own carWritten by Graeme Sprigge
by Graeme Sprigge
Selling your car can be one of life's frustrating experiences. It can also be done with great success. Like any subject - if you know how to go about it it's easy. Here are some dos and don'ts that will make your car selling experience more profitable and enjoyable.
Your mission to sell your car always starts with research. If you've had it for some time price could have changed significantly. You need to bring yourself up to speed with current market for your vehicle. This is key to developing a realistic selling price. Many people sell their cars too cheaply or try to sell them for too much and are disappointed.
2. Have a plan
The least stressful way of selling your car is to have plan. It doesn't have to be long and involved but it does need to be in right sequence. It's like moving houses - you pack things away, call removalist and then unpack them in your new house. If you call removalist before you've packed there is bedlam.
3. Put Yourself In The Buyer's Shoes
What exactly are pocketbikes?Written by Steve Robinson
Pocket bikes, also known as mini motos, are miniature sized motorcycles averaging around 47 inches long and 18 inches tall. Pocket bike, although small enough to carry under one's arm, are capable of impressive speeds. They are usually built with gas- powered engines. The smaller industrial-motored models used by Junior class racers are capable of speeds of over 35 mph, average 4.2 hp and 6.2 hp racing models achieve about 40-45 mph, and open class machines reach speeds over 50 mph. Pocket bikes can be built with many of features common to regular bikes, such as disc brakes in front and rear, racing tires, fairings, lightweight aluminum alloy cast perimeter frames and swing arms. Originally, pocket bikes were solely made by specialty manufacturers who sold them at expensive prices. As their appeal has grown, however, affordable pocket bike imports have become available to a much larger group of motor sport enthusiasts.