Still too early for the deals to really start. The market has yet to be flooded with "toys".People are fishing for corona deals right now.
I'm not sure how your insurance would still cover the bike after its sold. I can understand the policy not being cancelled until after the sale but that wouldn't make it valid to the new owner. This is why bills of sale are good even if not required. Buyer, seller and witness printed name and then signature verifying purchase price, VIN, time and date.Had a 93 FZR600 to sell before picking up the vstrom. I got the bike on trade at the dealer and took a HUGE hit for doing so. Had to have it though, it was my childhood dream bike. Sorted out carb issues, brakes, ect... but nonetheless, I was in need of something more practical again. I had it listed only for a day or so before getting bites. First guy came out and test rode around the parking lot, said purple wasn't really his thing (it was the original purple with white wheels, looked quite nice) and that was that.. the pictures were in the add so....
Next guy came out, took it for a rip down the road without asking if I was cool with that. I wasn't but it wasn't so big a deal. Came back and started complaining that the bars didnt feel right. I had adjusted the clip-ons out a bit as I'm a taller guy and it felt better.. just an adjustment, they go right back, he just wanted an excuse - cool, thanks for wasting my time (i lived right around the corner anyway)
Day after this a kid wrote me low balling me by a few hundred less than I wanted to sell for. At this point I was done, the kid would get a reliable bike and I would pick up mine. Came out with I assume his father with a truck. Takes it around the parking lot - cool. Sold it for the previously agreed amount and away they go...
That was a saturday. DMV no longer open. The next day I was having a BBQ with the family when a cop walks up. Asks if my bike was stolen. "No sir, just sold it yesterday evening, why?" Kid had swapped on a plate from his fathers bike and took off. Cop saw him passing illegally and gave chase. I had spoken to the cop a week later for comment, he had asked if it was running alright as the kid didnt really run away that fast. Shoot, that bike ran like a raped ape once I had gone through it, kid was green I guess or got scared. Honestly, I wouldn't run anyway and told the cop such so who knows what the kid was thinking.
Turns out, kid had no license, no insurance (was still under my insurance till Monday so that would have sucked if it hit me) and was in possession and under the influence of marijuana. Bike was impounded, kid sat in jail for a few weeks till his cort date. I often wonder if I should have seen about getting that bike back through auction or something. I still had a spare key so that would have been something.