Tips for the Seller
Having read all of the above, why don’t you consider the following:
* The initial telephone enquiry is your opportunity to pre-sell. Be forthcoming and honest about your bike’s features
* Be negotiable to some extent rather than having to pay for repeated advertisements
* The motorcycle bill of sale states that the buyer is responsible for the cost of the roadworthy certificate. You may want to carry that cost yourself as an incentive to the buyer
* Fix or polish where you can – a bit of elbow grease will be worth your while
* Ask whether the buyer has finance in place (and obviously do not hand over the bike till all monies have been received.
* If you lost the service manual you can replace it for about $30
* You can even do the DMV check yourself as added proof to the buyer that you are above board
* Go armed with your Free Motorcycle Bill of Sale, Motorcycle Sale Agreement and Get it in Writing!
reference free legal documents at http://www.free-legal-document.com/motorcycle-bill-of-sale.html