Accessed by train and less than 50km from the capital of Bangkok to the east, Chachoengsao symbolizes many interesting cultural and historical aspects of Thailand. With a past far outdating the formation of the country, Chachoengsao is a fun town that is great to explore. The best way to see the sights is to consider purchasing used motorbikes in Chachoengsao. While you may be able to get around for a day or two without one, motorbikes are the best way to get around during an extended stay. In addition, because motorbikes are so popular, there is a constant supply of people putting up their used motorbikes for sale. With that in mind, let’s take a moment to discuss what you should look for when purchasing second hand motorbikes Chachoengsao. But first, let’s start by reviewing the first part of the process, doing your research.
The last thing you want to do is inspect a bike with little or no training in what to look for. If you are completely new to this, then consider bringing a friend who knows something about bikes. If you have some time to learn, then you will want to carefully research the kind of bike you want to buy before you head out. The used bike you purchase may have something wrong with it, and only by knowing the strengths and weaknesses of the bike ahead of time will you know if something is wrong when you are taking a look at it. Taking a few hours to learn about the used motorbike you want now can save you a lot of money and hassle down the road.
Beyond going in unprepared, the second worst thing you can do is purchase the first used motorbike you see. In looking the bike over, is it straight, clean, and are there any bends or breaks? Carefully examine the gas tank. If you see a milky coating or there are particulates in the gas itself, then it may need to be replaced. Does the bike look like it has been in an accident? Check for scrapes and bends in the metal. Is the chain in good condition? Take a careful look at the nuts and bolts to make sure they are not rusted. In addition, carefully check the tires for tire rot. If nothing else, get on board and give it a ride.
How does the used motorbike Chachoengsao feel? Is it comfortable and smooth? How is the seat? Be sure to check the breaks for ware and tare. Pulse the breaks. If it shakes or stutters, then the breaks or wiring may need to be replaced.
Be sure to barter with the current owner. You can use everything you learned to leverage for a better price. Remember, the current owner will try to make as much money off the sale, and may try to play you being foreign to their advantage (if you are foreign.) As with any used motorbike owner from any part of the world, there can be a wide range in honesty. Instead of leaving it up to chance, carefully review the bike beforehand and be confident that you made the right choice.