Exactly right Crawsack. If you think something is free, you aren't looking close enough... Corporations tend to view their costs with a microscope, a better idea may be to look at the horizon with a telescope.
I mean the payment processing company is charging you that, it's just being passed on to you instead of being baked into the price or the merchant eating that fee which isn't reasonable.I just put a deposit down on a bike. The owner was negotiating the 2.9% fee. But at least he was honest and didn't contend that the credit card companies (or payment processing companies) were charging me that fee.
Fair enough. I wanted the bike and I wanted to use my credit card. I could have always walked. Great thread and, at the end of the day, I bought my first bike, which is what I was after all along.I mean the payment processing company is charging you that, it's just being passed on to you instead of being baked into the price or the merchant eating that fee which isn't reasonable.
I was talking about it in another thread. 2019 Honda CB300F (2019 CBF300N) according to the VIN. 7,000 miles.Did I make miss what bike you bought?
Because the price that you're getting is the "cash price" already, and you pay a surcharge to use a card. Any place that gives you a cash discount has already incorporated card processing fees into their price because the majority of their clientele pay with card. A place that charges a card processing fee usually deals mostly in cash or check.Funny how the merchants won't discout you that 2.9% foe paying cash.
You shouldn't have any issue running through all of your gears. If you're getting a significant amount of resistance getting into fourth, I wouldn't force it. It sounds like you have a mechanical problem, and if you bought it from a dealer, take it right back and let them take care of it. They shouldn't be selling bikes with a problem like that.I was talking about it in another thread. 2019 Honda CB300F (2019 CBF300N) according to the VIN. 7,000 miles.
But I don't know how wise of a decision it was seeing that I was having a hard time clicking into fourth gear. Was getting resistance, as if I was in sixth gear and could not shift up farther. Could be a mechanical issue w/ the bike, or it could just be the fact that I am a newbie who had never been above third gear and doesn't have the benefit of a gear position indicator.