Sell My Car Brisbane
Make your car selling experience a breeze with Are You Selling
“Sell My Car In Brisbane” you type into your search bar. Well, we’re pretty sure you won’t need to search any further. Selling a car isn’t stressful when you’ve got a friendly team with 30 years of experience leading the way. We’re Brisbane’s top car buying service because we make it really easy. Seriously. You fill out the online form and we come to you with cash for your car, if you’re happy with the quote. We pay you before pickup and keep it simple and straightforward the whole way through. We’re real people over here at areyouselling.com.au and we’re ready when you are.
This is our simple 3-step process:
- Fill out our enquiry form to get a fast online quote for your car in Brisbane.
- We’ll arrange for one of our expert staff, all Brisbane locals, to carry out an onsite inspection.
- We’ll offer you the best price possible. That’s all there is to it.
Safety on our roads is super important to us at areyouselling.com.au, so here are some helpful driving tips for when driving on our roads in Brisbane:
If you’re new to Brisbane, it’s good to know that the legislation states that it is illegal to do a U-turn at a traffic signal unless otherwise signed.
A general rule of thumb is that urban areas with street lights have a 50km/hour speed limit. It’s rare that there won’t be signage, but if you haven’t seen anything then you know what to do.
There is a certain etiquette in Brisbane when it comes to making turns. Signal and make your way into the right or left lane well before the turn-off to avoid the awkward queue jumping situation that peeves many a Brisbane motorist.
If you find yourself in a multilane roundabout and you’re overwhelmed with choices on where you should be, keep it simple and stay in the left for left turns and right for right turns. If in doubt, you can go straight for either lane. If there are many possible directions, you should see arrows on the road indicating the lane for each option.
The beauty of some of the more outbacky roads in Queensland also comes with a little bit of danger. There are often live animals and roadkill darting across the road, and these can be hazardous, especially at dawn and dusk and in the dark of the night. Keep your eyes open and take your time.
If you’ve just sold your car and you’re dreaming about where to take your next set of wheels, then perhaps you’ll let us guide you on a stunning tour of the beauty that surrounds the city of Brisbane. In this article you’ll drive through over a thousand hectares of eucalyptus forest to the summit of Mt. Coot-tha, you’ll traverse the Moreton Bay for ferry to explore North Stradbroke Island, loop through Tambourine Mountains and the cool waters of Cedar Creek Rock Pools. If that isn’t enough then we’ll take you into Australia’s Green Cauldron to check out Mount Warning and the villages of the Great Dividing Range. Does that sound like your kind of ride? Check it out here.
Have you just finished the “sell my car” steps and now you’re looking for a way to be vehicle-free in Melbourne? If that’s the case then we haven’t excluded you from our posts. In fact, this article highlights destinations purely for the public transporters. If that’s all new for you then we’ve included some information about how to obtain your pass for ferries, buses, trains etc. so you can get going today. There are local spots along the Brisbane River you can hit via the City Cat like the sparkling urban beach of Southbank, or you can head out to Moreton Bay on a water taxi with a group of friends. One train and a bus ride away is the quant and quirky town of Eumundi where you can browse the farmer’s markets or ride out to the sparkling beaches of Noosa Heads. If you’re excited about some no-car adventures, then check ’em out here.
Call us now on 1300 788 067 or drop in, we’re located at 57 Melbourne St
Karalee, QLD 4306 and let us take the hassle out of selling your car!