Motorcycle Junkyards Tips

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Do I still have to carry insurance on my junked motorcycle?

No More Liability, No More Liability Insurance

Why hang on to a hazardous old junked motorcycle when it's costing you unnecessary liability insurance? The longer that junked motorcycle sits in your yard, the bigger the chance of someone getting hurt. Children are especially vulnerable, as are pets. Can you hear the global warming alarm bells in the distance? They're getting closer and louder with each passing day and before long someone is going to complain that your motorcycle is wrecking the environment. In fact, they're probably right.

Leading insurance companies have confirmed that you don't have to carry regular insurance for a vehicle that is inoperable, even if it's parked on your property. However, depending on the laws of the state in which you live, you are probably subject to certain liability should someone get hurt. For that reason, you must carry liability insurance.

Time to dump the junk! Find a company that offers free and quick assistance within 72 hours of contact. If you request it, the service may donate your junked motorcycle to charity, rather than just carting it off to a motorcycle junkyard somewhere. It's easy to do and you don't even have to be available when they come to pick it up.

   
Should I try to sell my old motorcycle instead of junking it?

Salvaging the Junked Motorcycle

Has it been a while since you've used your motorcycle? Time goes by very quickly and before you know it, the warranty has run out. Repairs are inevitable. The question you have to ask yourself is, is it worth the cost of repairs or is it time to call a motorcycle junkyard?

The benefits of junk motorcycle removal are vast. Some junk yard towing companies will pick up your old motorcycle for free. Why not just leave the motorcycle in a field somewhere to rot? Not a good idea. When you do that, environmentally toxic fluids eventually seep into the ground, contaminating soil and water supplies. Curious children might decide to use the junked motorcycle as a playground, risking injury to themselves and exposure to harmful contaminants. By requesting a free junk motorcycle removal, the salvage yard is then responsible for the proper disposal and handling of the vehicle and its parts.

Junkyard towing is the perfect option when your motorcycle finally gets past its prime. If you were to try to sell it on your own, you might not get as much money as you thought. Factor in the effort it's going to take to try to sell the thing and it becomes clear that contacting a free junk motorcycle pickup company is well worth it.

   
How can I help someone who needs to get rid of their junked motorcycle?

Lending A Hand - Motorcycle Pick Up

Do you know someone facing the detriment of a junked motorcycle on a daily basis? Perhaps they've got their own junked motorcycle or someone has left one on their property. People with disabilities, the elderly or someone new to the area may not know how to go about removing the junked motorcycle from their property. Why not lend a hand? A little simple advice and a quick phone call will solve their problem pronto!

Chances are if the person doesn't remove the offending motorcycle, someone is going to force them to with a lot less tact than you could offer. Why not save them the headache and offer to help. Let the person know that they have the option of donating their old motorcycle to charity, and then let them know that companies our out there to assist with that process. It can even be done for free.

Whether the bike is an old proud Harley, Cruiser or Chopper matters not. While it's sad to say goodbye to a trusted friend, sometimes you have to let go. Helping someone make that first contact is all you really need to do. The rest is in their hands.

   
Can I donate my motorcycle to charity?

From Motorcycle Mama to Motorcycle Philanthropist

Remember when adults used to say to you, "In my day..."? If you haven't used it already, you'll be shocked the first time you do. It'll sound strange coming from your mouth, but the words do hold plenty of accumulated wisdom. In your day, you rode a motorcycle to work and back. You joined groups and traveled either short or long distances, enjoying the wind and the road. You made good decisions and not-so-good decisions. Ah, those were the days. So what's happened? Not out as much anymore? Maybe the thrill is long gone. Maybe not. The question now shouldn't be why aren't you riding anymore, the question should be why haven't you done anything with that old junked motorcycle?

Did you know you can donate your motorcycle to charity? By contacting a junk removal service and requesting that your junked motorcycle by donated, you'll be helping any number of charities. Simply search online for a reputable service and fill out their online application. So what are you waiting for Motorcycle Mama? Send that cruiser on its final journey to one of the many motorcycle junkyards out there.

   
Is it time to junk my old motorcycle?

From Motorcycle Madness to Motorcycle Wrecking Yard

How old were you when you got your first motorcycle? You probably still remember the thrill of that first ride. Maybe that was 20 years ago or longer. As time goes on, however, people find the need to junk their old motorcycles for a variety of reasons. If you're a baby-boomer, take heed. A recent study by the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute (UMTRI) cited that motorcycle crashes among boomers 45 and older increased more than 60 percent between 2001 and 2005. Maybe your motorcycle has suffered a few bangs and bruises or maybe it needs repairs and you just haven't gotten around to it. Have you been using it as much as you used to? Interest waning? Whatever your reasons, now might be a good time to consider sending your old motorcycle or moped to a motorcycle salvage yard or motorcycle wrecking yard.

   
Can I really donate my junked motorcycle to charity?

Celebrity Motorcycle Charity Donations

People who idolize their favorite stars often mimic them in different ways. They might dress like them, use the same slang as they do, rush out to buy a perfume named after a starlit and watch every move the celebrity makes on television or the movies. Why not emulate their charity giving habits and consider donating your junked motorcycle or moped to charity? Big name celebrities like Jay Leno, Ben Affleck, and Brad Pitt have all donated motorcycles to charities of their choice and the world is a better place because of it.

It's easy! Forget about that fictitious moped junkyard in the sky. Contact a company that will haul away your junked motorcycle and let them know you're interested in donating it to charity. So go ahead, be like your favorite celebrity and make a donation.

   
Should I finally have my motorcycle towed off of my property?

Good Intentions Not Good Enough For Junked Motorcycles

Junked motorcycles, unfortunately, pose the same types of environmental hazards as junked automobiles. They can cause water and soil contamination from oil leaks, may be a fire hazard if they contain flammable substances are a danger to children who are attracted to junked cars or motorcycles (loose, jagged, sharp parts) and may become a home for mosquitoes and rodents. Many people think, with good intentions, that they'll one day be able to get that old motorcycle up and working again. The reality is, life gets busy and we forget about it. Like anything else, it's easy to keep putting it off. There's always a better time to deal with it. Unfortunately, while the excuses pile up that junked motorcycle is getting older and older and harder to fix. Before you know it, your property will look like a motorcycle salvage yard.

Ready to take the plunge yet? Call a junk removal service and they'll be happy pick up your junked motorcycle, no matter the location. While you're at it, did you know that you can donate your motorcycle or moped to charity? It's true!

   
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