A lot depends here upon the type of equipment you are speaking about.
For a start, anything that is electrically powered should be thoroughly checked out by someone qualified before you plug it in and start trying to use it.
The same is obviously true of anything powered by an internal combustion engine. If you buy something that is, to put it bluntly, in a mess, then you may spend a long time regretting it and writing out some hefty cheques to try and put things right.
In the case of manual tools, providing the price is right and they’re in good condition, you should have no issues.
For anything more complicated, buying second-hand can be a good way of saving money but it might be prudent to only buy from an experienced and registered dealer in agricultural and garden equipment.
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