View Full Version : Help I Need Advice!!
08-18-2010, 06:31 PM
hi guys hope u could help me answer this question i been having for a long time IS BUYING A NINJA 250R A GOOD INVESTMENT? i turned 17 and im barely gonna turn 18 but i been wanted to ride instead of drive :) but im not sure if i should start driving first or riding first, i have no experience in driving nor riding but i need advice in what path to take first and plus im going to college soon and i need a vehicle that is a gas saver more then anything else and i was hoping that a motorcycle is a wise choice. and should i take the MSF course before buying the "Little Ninja"? thx hope u guys could help me :) thx...
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08-18-2010, 06:58 PM
but im not sure if i should start driving first or riding first, i have no experience in driving nor riding
The best course of action would be to drive first; learning the rules of the road is safer on 4 wheels than on 2.
College is going to be a REAL challange for you if you can't form complete sentences and use a little punctuation when you write. :frown:
It is very difficult to read that way.
08-18-2010, 07:07 PM
thanks for the advice. an forgive my punctuation errors, i was just anxious for an answer to my question :) and guess ill stick to driving first then
08-18-2010, 07:15 PM
Yes a ninja 250R is a good investment more so if you buy on used, you will get a great price on it and it wont lose a huge % of it value if you don't pluck it up. But I wouldn't suggest anyone learn how handle public streets at the same time as learning to ride. Learn to drive, go to college, finish, get a good job, take the MSF then buy a bike...UNLESS you have rich parents, then have tem buy you a car, learn to drive, have them pay for your MSF course, have them buy you a bike, learn and love riding, then go to college, have rich parents pay off your student loans get a good job and stop leeching on your parents. :thumbsup: In the "rich parents" route its only right to change your parents diapers when they get old and senile as a way to say thanks.
08-19-2010, 12:02 AM
thanks internatinalballer i really appreciate your advice. and yeah wish i could have rich parents :)),but unfortunately i dont :), and yes i would follow your advice i would buy a car with my financial aid then later on take a MSF course when i have more money (a career) because i wouldnt like to change my parents diapers :O for the rest of their lives!! :)
08-19-2010, 05:08 AM
Definitely learn to drive first. It's a much bigger step going from no experience on public streets to operating a bike. That and of course it is generally more practical to have an economical fuel efficient car versus a bike (unless you live in Southern California or similar environment).
08-19-2010, 03:44 PM
well i do live in Long Beach CA hope it has a similar enviorment :) thnx for the advice by the way.
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