3. Buy a repossessed car at a police repo or lender auction. The types of car auctions in the market are virtually limitless, with most selling to used car dealers, not individual buyers. They include government auctions, which offer impounded cars from the police lot, along with repossessed and confiscated vehicles. If you find an auction that is open to the public, make sure you register beforehand, if required, and take a look at the inventory online before you arrive. The procedures for bidding and winning vary, so it's a good idea to attend an auction or two before you make your purchase. Usually, you will need an approved loan or cash in hand, and a deposit if you win.
Hi! Just looking for advice from parents about dirtbike safety. I purchased an electric model for my 9 year old son. He is a beginner but i think he will do extremely well based on his bike and other skills. What kind of pads besides the helmet would he need? It goes 15 mph and he would ride it on our private street and around our grassy yard, no rocks or funny terrain. Does he need a collar or chest protector? If he would hit a curb or lose control i am worried about injuries. Are regular skateboarding knee and elbow pads ok or should he have “riding pants” ? Please advise! Thank you!