Hi,Morgan! I'm not too desperate for a used `ped ,so I can afford to be picky.This will usually save you some unexpected repairs and that's what we're after,right? I always recommend to people that ask me about checking out a used car or anything with an engine, that they don't buy it unless they are allowed to take a good long drive on it.That's when you'll learn what condition the vehicle is really in.Thick ,cold lubricants can hide a multitude of problems and noises that become apparent with full throttle,start and stop,hot engine and tranny conditions.And whatever you do, check the brakes for stopping power before you speed up.Now if you're desperate and are buying ultra cheap,without the bike running,it's a gamble and I'd recommend taking a very knowledgable person with you,even if you have to pay him a little to help you.He or she could save you a lot more down the road.See you later!
Re: Buying a moped - what to look for
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