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We buy all makes and models throughout Logan, 2002 onwards, under 180,000 kms. No roadworthy certificate required.
Are You Selling is Logan's leading car buying service
How does one go about selling a car in Logan, QLD? If you’ve been searching for websites and platforms to post your vehicle, you’re probably feeling a little discouraged by now considering the myriad options, fees, and work you need done prior to selling, including a safety certificate. Are You Selling has a team of car professionals with a keen interest in changing the car selling and buying scene, and we’re pretty sure we’ve just about nailed it. With over 35 years of industry experience, we’re happy to say we can offer a simple and convenient option to anyone selling a car in Logan. If you’re heading up to Brisbane anytime soon, we can also help you sell your car there!
Selling a car is easy with our simple 3-step process:
- Fill out our simple sell my car enquiry form online.
- One of our experts will provide you with a free car valuation at a location of your choice.
- Once we agree on a price, sellers get cash for cars within a day!
Why should I use areyouselling.com.au to sell my car in Logan, Queensland?
- We’ll don’t discriminate against car makes and models, we’ll buy all kinds!
- Don’t worry about getting a safety check or road worthy check, we don’t require them!
- You’ll receive a free car valuation from our car experts.
- Get cash for cars, in three simple steps.
Driving in Logan is one of our passions, just like buying and selling cars in Logan. Check out some tips for the road below:
Road rules in Logan are pretty much the same for road rules in the rest of Queensland, so if you’re used to driving in Brisbane and you’re pretty savvy on the local laws, you should be just fine. If you’re newer to the area, or even to the country, it’s always good to make sure you’re familiar with traffic laws so you can stay safe and prevent getting tickets and fines.
One of the most dangerous traffic laws to break is the one on mobile phone use. Not only do you put yourself at risk, but you endanger the lives of other drivers and pedestrians. This is why the Queensland traffic rules state that it is illegal to perform any hand-held use of your mobile phone while operating a vehicle, even if you are stopped at a stop sign or traffic signal. Illegal use of a phone includes: turning it on or off, sending or even reading a text message, holding the phone near your face with your hand, doing pretty much anything with your phone.
If you really must use your phone while in transit, the only way you can do so safely and legally is to purchase a hands-free kit or a bluetooth device. This is only allowed for P2 and full license holders. If you do choose to legally use your phone, make sure you’re still paying close attention to traffic around you. If you get caught using your phone illegally, you can be fined almost $400 and get 3 demerit points. If you are caught for the same infraction within the year, you could face double demerits!
It’s always good to have a refresher on the rules for special purpose lanes such as bus, tram, bicycle, and transit lanes. Many people assume, understandably, that bus lanes are only for buses, but if you drive a taxi, limousine, an emergency vehicle, or you ride a bike, you’re actually permitted to use them!
You can identify a tram lane by the yellow line on the left, and signage for its start and end. For drivers, just use roads as per usual, even if crossing a tramway, but make sure never to stop or get backed up over a tram lane as it is very dangerous.
Bicycle lanes are designated by signs at the start of a portion on the side of certain roads, and they are only to be used by bicycles. Bicyclists, however, are not required by law to stay within bicycle lanes so be sure to keep an eye out for them on the road, even when a bicycle lane is present.
Transit lanes are marked on some roadways and highways with a T2 or T3 which delineates whether you must have at least two or three passengers present, respectively. If you are on a bicycle, an emergency vehicle, a bus, a taxi, or a motorcycle, you can use the transit lanes regardless of number of passengers.
We hope this little traffic refresher will keep Logan drivers safe and alert. If your getting ready to sell your car and get off the roadways, get in touch today and get started.
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Moving overseas? No luck selling privately? Need to sell your vehicle quickly?
Save yourself the time and hassle by selling your car to Are You Selling. We offer guaranteed cash for cars that are post-2002 and have travelled less than 180,000km.
With more than 35 years’ industry experience, you can trust the experts at Are You Selling to get you the best money for your car whilst ensuring a fast, easy and safe transaction.
Simply contact us to sell your car; we’ll take care of the rest.
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