I'll try and make a long story short here...
So I sold my bike today, the buyer was financing so we met at his bank and I got the cash we had agreed on, we filled out the title and bill of sale (one for each of us and also had them notorized).
Go back to my house, shake hands, he hops on it and immediately goes across the street into my neighbors driveway and lays it down. He said the throttle was stuck, and we looked at it and sure enough the cruise control mechanism that I had on it was making the throttle not "snap" back to it's resting position. This has somehow never been an issue for me, or the other people that have ridden it when I take it to get it's state safety inspection every 6 months, or my dad who has ridden it several times.
We took the cruise control off, fixed what we could, and after some discussion I ended up giving him a couple hundred back. My thinking being that if I had to file a claim with my insurance my deductible would be the same amount. I don't think I had any legal obligation to do anything but I felt bad. I am the one who installed the cruise control.
Anyways, what would you all do in this situation? I'm curious. For the record he was very nice about the whole thing. Had he been rude I would have just told him it was his bike and his problem now. I was really just glad that he wasn't hurt and that no property was damaged (other than the bike of course).