Sell My Car Brisbane
Make your car selling experience a breeze with Are You Selling
Have you been online trying to work out the best way to “sell my car in Brisbane”? We know how challenging it can be to sell a car when trying to sell privately online. First you have to choose a platform, pay a fee, upload photos, and spend lots of precious time answering questions and meeting people for inspections. There has to be an easier way!
Our team has spent over 35 years in the car sales industry and we now proud to say we can provide our customers with a hassle-free car selling experience. We offer onsite inspections with car professionals who are locals to the area and give free car valuations in no time at all. Selling a car in Brisbane doesn’t have to, and shouldn’t be, a stressful process! Once you fill out our online form, you’ll enjoy a free car valuation and be well on your way to cash for your car within 24 hours. Our team of Brisbane locals is ready to sell your car as soon as you are. Just get in touch today.
Not in Brisbane? If you’re selling a car in Sydney, selling a car in Melbourne, selling a car on the Gold Coast, selling a car in Perth, or selling a car in Adelaide, our local team can assist you! Just get in touch today.
How simple is our 3-step process for selling a car in Brisbane?:
- Simply start by completing our short online enquiry form which only takes a couple of minutes.
- One of our local Brisbane car professionals will meet you at a location of your choosing to inspect your car and give you a free car valuation.
- After we’ve agreed on a price, you’ll get cash for your car in 24 hours. Simple as that.
The team at areyouselling.com.au cares about safe driving as much as we care about cars; here are some tips for staying safe on the roads in Brisbane:
While many traffic regulations are constant across the cities in Australia, there are some variables. Brisbane has a few of it’s own unique rules that don’t tend to apply in other parts of the country. For instance, it is illegal to make a U-turn at a traffic light unless there is signage that specific indicates that it is permitted.
If you ever find that you haven’t noticed a speed limit in a while and you’re not totally confident that you’re staying within the limits, there are a few common limits that generally apply around the country. You can usually be safe in assuming that residential areas are 50km/hr. If you’re near a school zone during school hours, the limit usually drops to 40km/hr but make sure to take note of signage.
Aside from the actual road legislation, every town has its own culture around driving the local roads. In Brisbane, drivers generally make there way into the appropriate turning lane, with indication, well before the actual turn, to avoid dangerously cutting anyone off. If you’re accustomed to darting across the lanes at the last available moment, give yourself a little more transition time when driving in Brisbane so that other drivers are well aware of your movements.
Even if you’re born and raised in Brisbane, multi-lane roundabouts can be confusing. If you’re not totally sure what the rules are, just make sure you stay to the left if you’re exiting, and use indication wherever possible. If you’re in the wrong lane to exit, give yourself time and go all the way around so that you can exit properly. Take note of the signage upon entering the roundabout so you’re prepared for your exit.
Some of the Queensland roads surrounding Brisbane city have a rugged, outback feel to them, with equally rugged terrain. While potholes and wild animals can be a fun and exciting part of a scenic drive, they can also pose a danger to drivers. Dawn and dusk are the times when animals are most likely to be crossing the road, so make sure to keep your speed down and be on high alert. As long as you drive with caution, you should have no problem on these beautiful roads. If you’re keen to get out of the city, read on for some of our favourite scenic drives in the Brisbane area.
If you’re selling your car in Brisbane and you need a good drive to break in your next car, then perhaps you’ll let us guide you on a stunning tour of the beauty that surrounds the city. 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 by ferry to explore North Stradbroke Island, loop through Tambourine Mountain along 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 in Perth” steps and are now 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 farmers’ markets or ride out to the sparkling beaches of Noosa Heads. If you’re excited about some car-free 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 stress out of selling your car! “Sell my car in Brisbane” just became real!