I made a huge mistake - well, a couple.... 1) sold my electric bicycle to my neighbor 2) agreed to take part payment and the rest 5 days later 3) trusted a human This is my bike: He drove away - everything was fine. Yesterday, instead of giving me my money, he brings the bike back with no left rearview mirror, a hole in the back left panel w/electrical tape on it and tells me that it won't charge and that his boss told him he could get one just like it for $200. He tells me to keep $50 of the $150 he gave me (total was to be $500). He brought it back last night, so I didn't see the damage until daylight this AM - well, I saw the mirror was missing. I bought this for $200 on Craigslist - replaced all of the batteries for $240 , replaced the tubes for $20 each. These retail for $700. It's a Sunbird Electric Scooter. My inclination is to suggest that he perform physically impossible tasks to himself and suggest that he gets not a penny from me! This, however, could start a neighbor war.....I don't really even want to be friendly with them...just left alone. I'm a bit too angry to even think straight....but, pay someone for taking the bike and bringing it back damaged? Seems to me that he lost his deposit when he drove away......He had even borrowed it a couple days previous for a couple hours and there were no problems...... Besides learning from my own stupidity....any advice? Thanks for letting me vent.