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The Psychology Of The Live Auto Auction: “E,” Endowment

In this series, we have been shining a light on the live auction environment, the inspiration for our business. We spoke about the pulsing, tense frenzy of the auction floor. In the last post, we even compared the auction floor to a casino. The business of RideSafely – Auto Auctions evolved from our deep understanding of the auction environment, so we are able to take some of the cold sweat out of the process. Less stress means more buyers for your inventory, and if you are a buyer, less stress = better deals. Read more

The Psychology of the Live Auto Auction: “C,” Competition

You recall that in our article: “Win at Salvage Car Auction – But Lose Your Shirt?”, we spoke about the pulsing, tense frenzy of the auto auction floor. The business of RideSafely.com evolved from our deep understanding of the auto auction environment, so we are able to take some of the cold sweat out of the process. Less stress means more buyers for your inventory. Read more

How to Spot a Deal on an Online Motorcycle Auction

Like any auction system, with online motorcycle auctions some listings will be better than others. Knowing how to differentiate between a hidden gold mine and a money pit is crucial. Since many online listings only have photos, you will have to develop a skill for spotting problem bikes and identifying gems or easy fixes. Here are some strategies for finding salvage motorcycles that you will not regret buying. Read more

Dealing with RV Water Damage: The Basic Repair Process. Part II

In our last post we talked about the dreaded problem that is RV water damage. We also discussed how a good deal of water damage may be manageable and worth going through the effort of making repairs.

Once you have identified the extent of water damage and attempted to discover the source, the next step is to begin repairs. Fixing water damage is a very involved process.

It involves several steps, which can be basically broken down as follows: Read more