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Presented By Richard Potiker. Appraising The Motorcycle The Facts The Motorcycle First Contact The Location The Inspection The Shop Estimate The Appraisal.

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1 Presented By Richard Potiker

2 Appraising The Motorcycle The Facts The Motorcycle First Contact The Location The Inspection The Shop Estimate The Appraisal Used & Aftermarket Parts Salvage The Future of Motorcycles Questions

3 Appraising The Motorcycle The Facts The Motorcycle First Contact The Location The Inspection The Shop Estimate The Appraisal Used & Aftermarket Parts Salvage The Future of Motorcycles Questions

4 U.S. Motorcycle Market The U.S. motorcycle market is worth $14.6 billion and is expected to reach $15 billion by (1) U.S. Motorcycle Sales Dual Sport 26,257 Off Road 105,103 Street Bikes 357,691 Scooters 31,451 Total 520,502

5 United States Motorcycle Sales By Year

6 Motorcycle Manufacturers with Sales in the United States American Eagle Motorcycle Co American Iron Horse Motorcycle Company Aprilia Arlen Ness Enterprises ATK Benelli Big Dog Motorcycles - Big Mikes Choppers Bimota BMW Boss Hoss Motorcycles Bourget's Bike Works BSA-Regal Group Ltd Buell Motorcycle Company California Custom Cycles Carefree Custom Cycles Chang Jiang Cheetah Trikes Chongqing Union China Cobra Motorcycle Confederate Motor Company Cyril Huze Custom Harley-Davidson Motorcycles Desperado Motorcycles DiMora Custom Bikes Ducati North America Exile Cycles Gas Hannigan Motorsports Harley Davidson Honda Motorcycles USA Husaberg Motor - Sweden Husqvarna USA Indian Motorcycle Co. JAWA Divisov - Junior Motorcycle Kawasaki KTM KUMOTO Motorcycles Las Vegas Trikes, Home of the Custom v8 Powered Trike Lightning Motorcycles Magni Moto Guzzi MV Agusta Orange County Choppers Piaggio RedneckEngineering Ridley Motorcycle Company Rokon Ron Simms Custom Cycles Royal Enfield Surgical-Steeds - Suzuki Thunderbolt Enterprises Thunderrod V8 Wide Ride Custom Motorcycles Triumph Ural America V-8 Trikes Vento Motorcycles, USA Victory Motorcycles Warlord Custom Cycles West Coast Choppers Wild West Motor Company Yamaha

7 MARKET SHARE Harley-Davidson 27% Honda 25% Yamaha 17% Suzuki 13% Kawasaki 11% KTM 2% BMW 1% Triumph 1% Ducati 1% All Others 1% The top 5 make up 94% Of all Motorcycle Sales in US

8 Appraising The Motorcycle The Facts The Motorcycle First Contact The Location The Inspection The Shop Estimate The Appraisal Used & Aftermarket Parts Salvage The Future of Motorcycles Questions

9 Many Types of Motorcycles Standard Cruiser Sport Bike Touring Sport Touring Duel Sport Scooter Trike Other

10 Main Types of Motorcycles Standard Cruiser Sport Bike Touring Sport Touring Duel Purpose Scooter Trike

11 Main Types of Motorcycles Standard Cruiser Sport Bike Touring Sport Touring Duel Purpose Scooter Trike

12 Main Types of Motorcycles Standard Cruiser Sport Bike Touring Sport Touring Duel Purpose Scooter Trike

13 Main Types of Motorcycles Standard Cruiser Sport Bike Touring Sport Touring Duel Purpose Scooter Trike

14 Main Types of Motorcycles Standard Cruiser Sport Bike Touring Sport Touring Duel Purpose Scooter Trike

15 Main Types of Motorcycles Standard Cruiser Sport Bike Touring Sport Touring Duel Purpose Scooter Trike

16 Main Types of Motorcycles Standard Cruiser Sport Bike Touring Sport Touring Duel Purpose Scooter Trike

17 Main Types of Motorcycles Standard Cruiser Sport Bike Touring Sport Touring Duel Purpose Scooter Trike

18 Some Common Motorcycle Terms and Definitions Discriptions used in single vehicle motorcycle crashes A low side crash

19 Some Common Motorcycle Terms and Definitions Descriptions used in single vehicle motorcycle crashes A high side crash

20 Some Common Motorcycle Terms and Definitions Descriptions used in single vehicle motorcycle crashes Wobble

21 Appraising The Motorcycle The Facts The Motorcycle First Contact The Location The Inspection The Shop Estimate The Appraisal Used & Aftermarket Parts Salvage The Future of Motorcycles Questions

22 The Contact Questions Location Condition Accessories & Custom Parts Crash Description Repair Shop Estimate Salvage 1) Where ? 2) Why? 3) Can it be moved? 4) Do you have a stand? 5) Additional lighting?

23 Where is the bike located? A Residence A friends house On the street A storage unit A repair shop or dealer Other

24 Its in the garage!

25 Where is the bike located? A Residence A friends house On the street A storage unit A repair shop or dealer Other A few minutes on the phone setting the bike up for a proper inspection can save a lot of time in the field

26 The Contact Questions Location Condition Accessories & Custom Parts Crash Description Repair Shop Estimate Will it roll? Is it leaking fluids? Is the any damage not caused by the crash? Are there any parts not with the bike? Will the bike run? Has the bike been ridden since the crash?

27 The Contact Questions Location Condition Accessories & Custom Parts Crash Description Repair Shop Estimate Is the bike stock? Did dealer install aftermarket parts? Do you have a copy of the receipt for the added parts? Has the bike been repainted?

28 The Contact Questions Location Condition Accessories & Custom Parts Crash Description Repair Shop Estimate What Happened?

29 The Contact Questions Location Condition Accessories & Custom Parts Crash Description Repair Shop Estimate Do you have an estimate? Who will be doing the repairs? Would you allow the bike to be picked-up by that shop?

30 The Contact Questions Location Condition Accessories & Custom Parts Crash Description Repair Shop Estimate Did the shop inspect the bike or is the estimate based on your description of the damages?

31 Appraising The Motorcycle The Facts The Motorcycle First Contact The Location The Inspection The Shop Estimate The Appraisal Used & Aftermarket Parts Salvage The Future of Motorcycles Questions

32 The Inspection Bikers love their bikes and keep them in the strangest places.

33 The Inspection The motorcycle must be in a place where a proper inspection can be performed

34 The Inspection If it has one, put the motorcycle on the center stand

35 The Inspection Most sport bike owners have a stand for their bike.

36 The Inspection 1) Secure the key and insert in ignition 2) Locate and record the VIN number 3) Record all of the vitals 4) Take 4 photo corner reference shots 5) Start at the front of the bike and work your way back 6) Photo each damaged part as it is noted 7) Turn handle bars to full lock left & right 8) Inspect for broken stops 9) Spin front and rear wheel 10) Inspect wheel and tire for damage 11) Inspect front forks for damage 12) Inspect frame for damage 13) Inspect rear swing arm for damage.

37 The Inspection 14) If an estimate has been completed request a copy to review at the bike. 15) If at the shop review estimate with estimator 16) Discuss unrelated damage and wear and tear. 17) Discuss supplemental procedure with service writer and staple your card to the work order. 18 Make a follow-up call once a week until repairs are completed. If you handle motorcycle appraisals exactly as you do auto appraisals you will loose control of the process.

38 The Inspection Frame Damage Things are changing when it comes to motorcycle frames

39 Appraising The Motorcycle The Facts The Motorcycle First Contact The Location The Inspection The Shop Estimate The Appraisal Used & Aftermarket Parts Salvage The Future of Motorcycles Questions

40 The Shop Estimate Did shop see the motorcycle? Is estimate itemized? Labor rate? Parts and or labor discounts? Transport fee? Estimate fee? Storage? Most if not all shop estimates do not itemize labor. They always give themselves a cushion as over 90% of their work is customer pay or warrantee

41 The Shop Estimate

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49 Total labor is not based on flat rate. Overlap is not considered. Labor based on estimators best guess for maximum hours possible. Estimate charge is included in estimate total. No parts discount considered.

50 Appraising The Motorcycle The Facts The First Contact The Location The Inspection The Shop Estimate The Appraisal Used & Aftermarket Parts Salvage The Future of Motorcycles Questions

51 Appraisal Programs Mitchell s UltraMate Motorcycle Estimating Solution

52 Appraisal Programs Parts Prices Available Online ww.motosport.com

53 Appraising The Motorcycle The Facts The First Contact The Location The Inspection The Shop Estimate The Appraisal Used & Aftermarket Parts Salvage The Future of Motorcycles Questions

54 Used & Aftermarket Parts

55 A difference for auto appraisals aftermarket parts in many cases are viewed as better than OEM at a fraction of the cost. Insurance quality used parts are very difficult to find. For that reason shops are very reluctant to use used parts.

56 Appraising The Motorcycle The Facts The First Contact The Location The Inspection The Shop Estimate The Appraisal Used & Aftermarket Parts Salvage The Future of Motorcycles Questions

57 Salvage COPART ADESA THE SHOP THE OWNER A THIRD PARTY OTHER

58 Appraising The Motorcycle The Facts The First Contact The Location The Inspection The Shop Estimate The Appraisal Used & Aftermarket Parts Salvage The Future of Motorcycles Questions

59 Future of Motorcycles Motorcycle manufacturers have introduced ABS and traction control, dual clutches, variable valve timing and lots of other interesting technology.

60 2010 Honda VFR1200F The Future is Here! * Honda MotoGP V-4 engine technology. * Unique cylinder layout. * Throttle By Wire. * Optional Dual Clutch Automatic Transmission. * Next-generation shaft drive system.

61 The Future is Here! Honda Goldwing Airbag

62 The Future is Here! Price of Air Bag, Sensors and Control Unit. $

63 The Future is Here!

64 Appraising The Motorcycle The Facts The First Contact The Location The Inspection The Shop Estimate The Appraisal Used & Aftermarket Parts Salvage The Future of Motorcycles Questions


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