Buying & Selling

Used bike seller’s sales kit

Looking to sell your motorbike?

This advice is part of our ‘Seller’s Pack’; a series of tools to help you get the quickest sale, a fair deal, minimum comeback and maximum peace-of-mind when you are selling that most precious of items, your motorbike.

The other tools in the pack are:

The bike seller’s checklist
10 tips for selling your bike quickly
Avoid getting ripped off when you sell your bike
The bike seller’s Sale of Vehicle Certificate

The Bike Seller’s Checklist

The things that are easy to remember to do, like digging out the service history and the things that are easy to forget – telling the DVLA you’ve sold the bike on claiming your vehicle licence duty refund and a whole lot more. In one checklist.

10 tips for selling your bike quickly

Getting your timing, pricing and attitude right so that you don’t end up with a bike in the garage when you really need the money in the bank.

 

The bike seller’s Sale of Vehicle Certificate

What if a fault develops after a sale? Does ‘Sold as seen’ actually mean anything? Using the Biker & Bike Seller’s Receipt, you can ensure that both parties know a fair and legal sale has taken place. You can download it here.

Avoid getting ripped off when you sell your bike

There are too many ways for you to be caught out by rogue buyers when you’re selling a motorbike. We’ll tell you what to look out for so that you always have the upper hand with thieves and conmen.

 

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