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"Expertiser une moto" - what does it involve?

http://www.tcs.ch/fr/auto-mobilite/c...periodique.php

Hi guys,
I understand that according to this website that all motorcycles must be inspected periodically to meet standards for driving/riding. What I am not certain about is if you get a motorcycle "expertisée," does that mean that the motorcycle was inspected AND tuned up? It wouldn't mean much if everyone selling a used motorcycle was claiming that their bike was inspected but not repaired or replaced with the new necessary parts.

Just asking because I'm looking to buy a used motorcycle and a lot of them are saying that they are expertisée, but also insist you need to replace tires, batteries, etc...

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Old 25.12.2012, 19:30
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Re: "Expertiser une moto" - what does it involve?

It's just the legal inspection, no tune up involved.

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