Do you have a motorcycle or scooter? If you want some cash to have or pay a few bills, you can pawn or sell your bike at a pawn shop. Also, a special case for motorcycles and scooters: you can pawn your bike and still ride it.
The motorcycle was invented in 1885 by Gottlieb Daimler, one year before the automobile. The first motorcycle looked more like a tricycle with a large internal combustion engine on the back. Daimler went on to found Daimler Automotive Group. Since the first motorcycle, we’ve improved on them immensely, to make them faster, cleaner, and better looking. There are big motorcycles, like Harley-Davidsons, and smaller motorbikes like the Vespa Scooter.
If you want the most money for your motorcycle or scooter, please clean it, and find your ownership title. You need your title in order to pawn or sell your bike. Pawn shops have to be able to resell your bike, and it is illegal to sell a motorcycle or scooter without the title.
We know you might need your motorcycle or scooter later. If you do not want to permanently part with your bike, we recommend you try pawning instead of selling. A pawn loan is a short-term loan paid back in monthly installments. Over 90% of pawners get their items back. Also, please keep in mind the offer to pawn your bike and still use it.
Common motorcycle and scooter brands include Harley-Davidson, Triumph, Yamaha, Vespa, Suzuki, Honda, Kawasaki, BMW, Ducati, and Aprilla.
Yes. This is actually very common. When you pawn your vehicle, you usually pawn your vehicle title. If you pawn your title, the pawn shop is currently in possession of the motorcycle or scooter, and you basically rent it from them. When you repay the loan, you get the title back, and get back full ownership.
Yes. You can pawn or sell bike and scooter parts. You can pawn or sell things like stereos, rims, wheels, belts, or basically anything that could be useful.