What You Need to Know When Buying a Motorcycle?

What You Need to Know When Buying a Motorcycle?


After deciding to use the motorcycle as your choice in transportation, we have compiled the issues that you should pay attention to when buying a motorcycle. 

Things to Consider When Buying a Brand New Motorcycle

In order to reduce the logistics cost, many manufacturers separate some parts (front tire and/or handlebar) and send them separately. These parts are assembled at authorized dealers. Therefore, testing the motorcycle is unfortunately not possible by the manufacturer. When buying a motorcycle, you should first look at the handlebars and mirrors. Check that the mirrors move properly and make sure they are installed correctly. 

Another issue to be aware of is the control of the manets. If the model you prefer is a model using a wire clutch, the plate should be separated when you pull the clutch lever, and the plate should go back when you let go.

You can control the brake levers without starting the engine. When you turn the wheels and squeeze the brake, you should check whether the wheels stop. Finally, after checking the headlights, horn, front and rear signals, you can take delivery of your motorcycle.

Things to Consider When Buying a Second Hand Motorcycle

If you have decided to buy a second-hand motorcycle, you should first check the license and maintenance records from the authorized service. Of course, if the records are kept at the authorized service… 

Another thing to be careful about is the Tramer (Traffic Insurance Information Center) record. By sending an sms from your mobile phone, you can see the past damage details of the motorcycle in a short time. For inquiries such as chassis number or changed part information, you can check the Insurance Information and Surveillance Center SMS Inquiries page.

Finally, we recommend that you check the chassis and the components attached to the chassis.

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