Five Tips for Buying Salvage Motorcycles on Online Auctions

Looking for a used or salvage motorcycle online is a great way to save money. All kinds of motorbikes are available. If you hunt long enough, you are certain to find the bike you have been looking for at a great price. There are some key factors to look out for, especially if you are buying a salvage motorcycle. Here are five tips for having a pleasant buying experience online: Read more

Salvage Car Auctions – Earn As You Learn

First, let us tell you what we do with salvage car auction. Don’t worry, no long biographies, dates and impossible to spell names. We will just share with you our purpose. You know how there are salvage car auctions? Back in the days they were only open to car dealers. Today they are open to public, but auctions still generally prefer to work with professional dealers because they have a license and a great deal of knowledge. Read more

The Best Selling Vehicles on RideSafely – Auto Auctions

RideSafely has been around for a decade, and all the while we have kept tabs on every single salvage vehicle we sold. We also noticed that there have been some crowd salvage favorites over that time. Here is a list of our top-selling salvage vehicles from the past ten years: Read more

Best 10 Motorcycles for the Money

Motorcycles are used worldwide for many reasons. Here in the United States though, bikes are primarily used for cruising and racing. From Fat Boy Harley Davidsons to Suzuki GSXRs, there are so many types of bikes available in the marketplace, but how do you know you’re getting a good deal? You wouldn’t question yourself if you purchased your next motorcycle on has been the consumer’s choice for purchasing vehicles at prices that have traditionally only been available to wholesale auto dealers. On any given day, you can browse over 50,000 fresh vehicle auctions from over 700 auction houses across the globe!
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Parting Out Motorcycles: A Profitable Side Gig

One of the absolute best uses of a salvage auction is as a source for parts. Aftermarket or OEM parts are cost-prohibitive; sometimes using them to make significant repairs on a motorcycle or scooter can cost more than replacing it with a running vehicle of the same model and year. To save customers and garages money, many people look to salvage parts for repairing needs. Bikes that are largely intact can be located fairly easily and used to make major repairs or replacements. Read more