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Suzuki Bandit GSF600/S (No. 6354789)

Make and model:

Suzuki Bandit GSF600/S

Total weight [kg]:

250

Do you need a VAT invoice?:

No

Number of items:

1

Distance: 2992.00 km

Pick-up address and date

Portugal, Norte, Porto

From 27 Aug 2020 to 31 Aug 2020

Delivery address and date

Poland, Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship, Bydgoszcz

Flexible dates


Motorcycles & Scooters

Motorcycles and mopeds are not only worth a lot, but also difficult to secure when shipped. Although, it turns out that most of it depends on how we do it and how much prior experience with shipping we had gathered. It is possible to transport a motorbike or a moped without problems, undoubtedly. The way it will be secured depends on the method of shipment. Thanks to some helpful advice you could prevent any damages, and dents that are likely to happen when a scooter or motorbike is not properly cared for.

When you are transporting the motorcycle on a trailer you will need 4 belts to strap it down. If you use a trailer specially dedicated for motorbikes or scooters, it already has been equipped with the rail that stabilises the motorbike. In this case you will need only two belts. It is important to use a closed hook at the ends of the belts, rather than an open one. The closed one will not open up by accident during the shipment.

It is also worth checking the sharp edges or items that may possibly rip the belts and make it impossible to safely transport your motorcycle. It's also doable to transport a motorbike in a truck. The protection and equipment required to keep the motorbike standing safely in one place will not vary too much from other methods mentioned above. One thing to be considered will be the installation of the side pads to secure the insides of the car and other objects that may be transported with the motorbike.

There are also platforms that hooked to a car or another vehicle, can let you ship your motorcycle not occupying the whole space in the van.

 

Do not forget to check with the shipping company if the equipment they provide will suffice to ship your motorbike. For example, using a wooden platform for lifting your scooter and loading it in a van could pose danger to people providing the service or pedestrians passing by, but could also cause substantial damage to your motorbike/motorcycle.

 

When putting an offer on Clicktrans you will get  lots of great quotes from shipping providers who have their account on Clicktrans.

Many of these providers can arrange the transport, so that they can utilise the full capacity of their vans. Thanks to that, transport gets cheaper and more eco-friendly with less and less ”empty running”.