Tech Tip: Test Used Technology ASAP 

When you buy a used item, whomever you buy it from will, in general, be fair with you.

“However, if you buy an item and are not going to use it for six months, you should still test it to make sure it’s what you need and that it works,” says Jonathan Bickel, Used Precision Ag. “It will be a lot easier to return an item and get a refund if you do it within a week of purchase rather than six months down the road and you can’t find the number of the person you bought it from.”

In most instances, new may become your only alternative. . . and remember you were trying to save money.

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