Buyers should consider the number of riders before buying Jet Skis. Single-rider Jet Skis are good for singles and those who go out alone. If there is more than one potential rider, the buyer should go for models that accommodate the riders. For instance, three-person models allow more than one member of a household to ride the same Jet Ski. Similarly, the weight of the Jet Ski must be considered. For instance, the curb weight of the one-rider Kawasaki 800 SX-R is 396.9 pounds and allows for easy lifting by two adults. On the contrary, the curb weight of the three-person Ultra 300 LX is 1,018.7 pounds, which makes it difficult to lift without extra aid.
When considering Jet Ski sales offers, you need to pay more attention to the warranty period than the protection plan. Protection plans unnecessarily increase the cost of Jet Skis as buyers are usually convinced to opt for up to 4 years of protection. With an excellent warranty offer, however, you do not need a Jet Ski sales store to offer you a long-term protection plan. Equally, for the sake of easy maneuverability, you need to consider the length of the Jet Ski. Single-person Jet Skis are usually around 90.6 inches, allowing easy navigation of tight corners.
Before visiting a Jet Ski sales store in San Diego, you need to create a budget. During budgeting, you will need to consider the costs of trailers, tow bar fittings, insurance and registration, and the costs of accessories like life jackets. Also, you will need to factor in the number of potential riders and necessary stability. A larger Jet Ski is more stable than a smaller one-seater craft. Maintenance costs must also be considered. Jet Ski parts, oil changes, and filter changes will require a sizeable amount of money annually. If you are inexperienced in Jet Ski maintenance, you will need to hire experts to do that for you and the cost should be factored in your budget.
Buying a used Jet Ski can help you save lots of money, but you will need to be extra cautious. When you visit a Jet Ski sales store for second-hand crafts, you will need to inspect the crafts thoroughly, rub your hands along their hulls, examine them for signs of damage such as chips and cracks, and take test rides when possible. Hulls can be too expensive to repair and you will need to make sure that you buy a used Jet Ski with a hull in proper condition. Moreover, you will need to consider the features of various brands, check for presence and magnitude of rusting, examine the wiring for loose connections, exposed wires, and proper insulation, consider the engine hours, and take into account the used Jet Ski’s history.
When you visit our store in San Diego, we will have done all this for you ensuring you get the best possible Jet Ski for your money