Sell My Car Melbourne
Looking to sell your trusty old car in Melbourne?
If you’re asking yourself how do I sell my car in Melbourne? you’re not alone. Melbournians now have an easy way to sell their car’s thanks to areyouselling.com.au! Trying to sell privately in a big city like Melbourne can quickly become a nightmare if you’re not prepared or experienced. So let areyouselling.com.au take the hassle and drama out of selling your car. With over 35 years’ experience selling cars within Melbourne & Australia wide, we are bound to make the process, easy, simple and stress free- like it should be!
Selling to us is easy, just follow our 3 step process:
- Fill out our sell my car enquiry form online
- One of our car selling specialists will contact you to organise an onsite inspection in Melbourne
- Once we agree upon a price, you get the cash for your car in Melbourne within 24 hours
Why use areyouselling.com.au?
- We buy all car makes and models in Victoria
- No Victorian or Vic Roads roadworthy required
- Free sell my car appraisals by professionals
- We pay cash for your car
We love selling cars but we also love Melbourne! So here are some handy tips when driving on our roads in Melbourne:
In Melbourne, the speed limit in the city and surrounding suburbs is always 50km, unless there is signage indicating otherwise. Once you hit the motorways in Victoria you’ll likely find yourself in a 100km/hr zone and sometimes up to 110. If you’re keen on cruising at the faster speeds, we’ve listed a bunch of scenic drives out of the city in the posts below.
The easiest way to avoid unnecessary fines is to be privy to Victorian Legislation. As with most states, it is the law that you must have your driver’s license with you at all times.
Here’s an important one for anyone selling or buying a car in Melbourne, or anywhere in Victoria: you need to inform VicRoads of an ownership transfer within 14 days of the event. If this is you then head over to www.vicroads.vic.gov.au to fill out the documents.
Take special precaution when driving near buses. Although they might not be king of the roads, they usually win out when it comes to size and capacity to do damage. The “give way” signs they have displayed have to be adhered to by law, so let from through when they’re pulling out from a bus stop.
Melbourne is the hub for public transportation and is home to the largest tram density in all of Australia. While this is great for people who are selling their car in Melbourne, driver’s and pedestrians alike need to watch out for these 62 tonne metal machines. They share the road with cars and they always have the right of way. It can take them 100 metres or so to come to a complete stop so better not chance it by darting in front of them. Misbehaviour around trams can incur fines up to $300, or put you in danger.
Be aware of the “Hook Turn” in the CBD. This is a rule for turning right in Melbourne, usually on tram routes. If you see a hook turn indicated ahead where you need to turn, pull into the lane on the left side of the intersection and wait until you can safely turn on a green light.
If you’re in the “sell my car” camp, pass the task over to our Melbourne team so we can get the job done for you. You’re involvement includes filling out our online form for a quote, an onsite inspection at your location, and accepting the cash from us. It’s probably the easiest car sale experience in Melbourne.
Some Scenic Drives In Melbourne –
Whether you’re looking for some last minute memories in your old car, or some new places to break in your next vehicle after you’ve finished selling, these scenic self-drive tours around Melbourne will guide you to some new and inspiring locations. Check them out below.
One-Day One-Way Journey
This post is the perfect itinerary for anyone with a car in Melbourne, who wants a stunning step by step drive to one of the most picturesque locations in Victoria, Wilson’s Promontory. This route take most of the day, with five stops including a detour to Phillip Island, Inverlock, Cape Paterson, and a stop to nourish your appetite with a beautiful view. If you want to get the knitty gritties, scroll down or head straight there with this link.
Two Part Journey on The Road Less Travelled
This 10 hour loop takes drivers out of the Metropolitan scene of Melbourne city, and twists and turns up into the majestic forested mountains. It is none other than The Great Alpine Road. Melbournians tend to gravitate towards the sunny beach routes or local wine tours when they’re escaping from the sometimes dreary climate of the city, but don’t underestimate the beauty of crisp alpine air and expansive views from atop the gargantuan mountain sides.
The first half of the journey offers a low altitude stop at the falls of the Warby Ovens National Park, stops at one vineyard (okay, you do get wine), rests for a splash in Lake Catani, before a quiet overnight in the charming town of Bright. If you’re interested in finding out a little more before you dip your toes in, check out the link to part 1 here.
If this magical Alpine journey has got your attention, then perhaps you’d like to know a bit more about the second, slightly more treacherous part of this drive. Although you may leisurely start your day river-side at Howitt Park in Bright, you may find yourself trekking along the Razorback Trail towards the snowy peaks of Mount Feathertop. You’ll gaze upon the land from Alpine national park and hop over streams rushing through the Bogong High Plains. You may choose to rest in the iconic pioneer architecture of Dinner Plain or finish your descent along the Tambo River. If you find yourself being whisked away into images of forested fairy land, wait until you dive into the detailed post. Check it out here.
Areyouselling.com.au Melbourne is located at: 249 Normanby Rd, South Melbourne, Vic, 3205, Australia or call us on: 1300 788 067