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But please take note: you have to make sure you’re using the right info when you look up a car. Most vehicles are available in a variety of styles (also call “trims”). If you check a price for a base model but then actually shop for a well-equipped style, your expectations may be off. And if you’re looking at a specific vehicle from a private seller or on a dealer’s lot, you’ll need to configure the vehicle accurately – including options and mileage – in order to get the right price for that vehicle.
Buying or Putting Together a Sidecar Think seriously. Driving a sidecar rig is very, very different from riding a motorcycle. As a matter of fact, there are probably no similarities whatsoever. Sidecarists are generally a genial and friendly lot, so I would sincerely recommend that a beginner try to find an old hand in his general vicinity, and listen closely to the advice. The biggest collection of hacksters can be found through the United Sidecar Association (USCA), which puts on an annual rally and a publishes a bimonthly newsletter, The Sidecarist . USCA can be contacted via its website, sidecar.com . Get in touch with the USCA and see if any class in driving rigs is being offered within your sphere. I cannot emphasize enough: You should get proper instruction.