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I'd like to start by saying do your homework when buying a quad off the net. Find out how long that company has been in business. There is a lot of sites that show up for a couple of monthes and disappear just as fast as they appeared. Call them before you order, to see if you can get a hold of them, because if you can't reach them when you are buying how are you going to get a hold of them for parts, or warranty. When you see a low price check to see if "Rush shipping" cost extra, some companies wait till they have many orders to save money, and they might not ship yours out for weeks. Look to see if there warranty costs extra. If you or someone you know is thinking of getting a quad off the net please do your home work.

I do sell quads on the internet, and I felt compelled to wright this, because we are getting two or three calls a day from people that ordered from other companies. They ordered there machine or machines online, and after not hearing from them after weeks cancelled the order and called us for help. Or they are looking for parts for machines we don't even sell, because they can't get a hold of the company they bought it from.

There are good companies out there, so even if you are thinking of buying from someone else feel free to give me a call. Our business hours are 9-5 Monday - Friday Central time and are phone number is 866-kid-quad. Ask for Chopper or leave a message for ext 11.

For some other things to look for please read our why buy from us. Here is a link to it. http://www.kidatvs.com/why.php

I hope this helps.

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