Selling a Vehicle

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  • Can I sell a vehicle I still owe money on? Yes, you can! Selling a vehicle with RumbleOn is easy! Yes, you are easily able to sell a motorcycle to RumbleOn even if you still owe a...
  • Can I sell my vehicle without having to purchase one from RumbleOn? When you decide to sell your motorcycle to RumbleOn, you are not obligated to purchase from us. RumbleOn is the only marketplace where...
  • Do I have to pay taxes based on another state? No, taxes are based on where you live. When you buy a used motorcycle or powersport vehicle from RumbleOn, the cost of tax due is...
  • Do you need pictures of my vehicle? Yes. We prefer to have recent, high-quality images. A picture is worth a thousand words, and when our customers want to sell a...
  • Does my odometer have to match what's on my title? No, it doesn't, but there are restrictions. While the miles detailed on your vehicle title don't have to match the current miles on the...
  • Does RumbleOn match competing offers? No. Typically, our Cash Offers are firm and non-negotiable. We pride ourselves on our ability to supply a service and online marketplace...
  • How do I get my cash offer payment? Depending on your preference, you will receive your payment through direct deposit or check. Since everyone is different, we leave you...
  • How does RumbleOn determine my cash offer? We research live marketplace data to determine your cash offer. We use sophisticated calculations and resources such as NADA and NPA to...
  • How long does it take to get my cash offer? During business hours, the average time it takes to get a Cash Offer is 15 minutes. During our office hours from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., seven...
  • How long is my cash offer valid for? The offer will be valid for three days. Your personalized Cash Offer to sell your motorcycle or powersport vehicle is valid for three...
  • How long will it take for my documents to be sent to me? Generally, between 24 and 48 hours. When you accept your RumbleOn Cash Offer to sell your motorcycle, our team will email you all the...
  • Is my cash offer negotiable? Unless your vehicle was misrepresented in your submission, Cash Offers are non-negotiable. We always try to give you a Cash Offer that...
  • What if I don't like my cash offer? If you don't like your Cash Offer, you are not obligated to accept it or sell your motorcycle to us. We understand that RumbleOn might...
  • What if I have a lien on my motorcycle? In most cases, negative equity must be paid before you sell your motorcycle. If you submit a motorcycle with a lien for a Cash Offer,...
  • What if I never got my cash offer? Check your email. It might be in your spam box. If you have yet to receive your Cash Offer from RumbleOn, we highly suggest checking...
  • What if my vehicle isn't running or doesn't work? In most cases, we will be unable to accept it. Unfortunately, RumbleOn is unable to accept or give Cash Offers for parted/scrap,...
  • What vehicle makes and models do you accept? We accept all makes and models. If your vehicle has a VIN, you can sell or trade it within the RumbleOn marketplace. RumbleOn welcomes...
  • What will RumbleOn buy? Anything with a VIN. As long as your vehicle has a VIN and a title, we're interested in buying it! We buy anything from motorcycles and...
  • Where can I find the VIN? You can locate the VIN on the steering neck or the motor. Your motorcycle’s VIN is made up of unique numbers and letters and will be...
  • Where can I list my vehicle for sale? We currently do not have a classified section for private selling. Currently, RumbleOn does not have a classified section that allows...
  • Why do you need my VIN? Your VIN tells your vehicle's story. When you want to sell a motorcycle, especially online, the VIN, otherwise known as the vehicle...
  • Why won't my VIN work? The VIN of certain bike models will not be recognized by our Cash Offer tool. Our ability to access your VIN is very important, and we...
  • My offer expired, how do I resubmit my offer? If your RumbleOn Cash Offer has expired, that doesn't mean that you can't sell your motorcycle. It just means that you'll have to...