Sell My Car Sydney
Are You Selling is Sydney’s leading car buying service
Many people are asking the daunting question, “How do I sell my car in Sydney?” We’d like to take the burden out of this question and offer a simple way to sell your car without all the hassle. All you need to do is send us your details through the online form and enjoy a free car valuation and cash for your car! Our car experts even come to you to take care of it.
Did you know that areyouselling.com.au is Sydney’s leading car buying service?
That’s right, we’re number one. The best part is that our success only happens when car sellers like you find success as well. We feed off of quick, stress-free service for Sydney residents.
Selling your car is simple:
- Just fill out our brief online form to enjoy a free car valuation
- We will come to the Sydney location of your choice for an onsite inspection
- We offer you the best price available and you receive cash for your car. Too easy.
We provide exclusive services direct to the public!
- With over 35 years experience helping Sydney residents sell cars
- We have a team of reliable and genuine professionals
- We give free car valuations and beat true competitive quotes
Car enthusiasts like us care about road safety! Here are some handy tips for the next time you’re driving in Sydney:
First of all, legal driving age in Sydney and all of New South Whales is 16, an all driver’s are required to carry a valid driver’s license at all times.
When approaching a T-junction, remember that drivers going straight have the right of way. If you’re at a normal junction, give way to traffic on the right side unless they have a STOP sign.
A good way to avoid fines in Sydney is to be aware of toll ways you may be crossing before the actual time of travel. As tolls are cashless nowadays, you’ll need to set up a pass or purchase an e-tag before using the toll ways. If you have the option, try to avoid peak periods when tolls are higher. However, some tolls are based on distance or have a fixed price no matter the time of day. The Harbour Tunnel and Sydney Harbour Bridge have several tolls to be aware of.
While extremely helpful in directing the smooth flow of traffic, roundabouts can also be confusing when they incorporate several lanes and turn-off options. In any situation, always travel in a clockwise direction and if you must, go around in a complete circle if you miss a turn. If you’re veering off, make sure you are in the left lanes and use your signal.
All the rules and regulations of city driving can get exhausting! We’ve written out several exciting driving tours below if you’re looking for a relaxing way to get out of town without buying a plane ticket. Check out the teaser summaries of our scenic drives or scroll down to the blog in the “Latest News” section below. Perhaps you’ll want one last drive if you’re selling your car in Sydney.
Scenic tours near and far:
Head out from the city on a two-hour trip to Katoomba, the Blue Mountains, and a hike near the Three Sisters. Dive into NSW’s historical roadway on the Great Western Highway, traversed by settlers and convicts alike during Sydney’s settlement. If you’re up for a longer journey then check out the 730 kilometre Darling River Run and stop in on Mungo National Park. If you’d rather stay close to home you can explore the gems of the Northern Beaches from Manly to the Barrenjoey lighthouse.
For a classic scenic route, head up the Great Pacific drive for 140 kilometres of New South Whales’ most charming coastal towns, markets, and view spots.
Is this your kind of drive? Read on at here.
Relax and let us take you on a full day itinerary:
Only 198 kilometres south of Sydney rests the pristine and underestimated Jervis Bay. Full of marine and national parks, this is a contender for Australia’s most beautiful coastal town. A straight-shot of three hours drive can be stretched to include an entire magical day from the Royal National Park, to Stanwell tops, to the Buddhist temple of Nan Tien, and the Kiama blowhole. The drive comprises of beer, beaches, and beautiful views. If that is your cup of tea, then read the full driving itinerary here.
If you’ve had enough of the South Coast, let us guide you north on the next adventure to Port Macquarie. This drive is a whopping 400 kilometres, but can be done in a single eventful day for the keen drivers. You’ll bathe in the Somersby Falls of Brisbane Water National park, explore the depths of Caves Beach dwellings, hike up to Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse, and dine in the Rainforest Cafe of Sea Acres National Park. If that is definitely your kind of trip, check out the rest of the drive and the detailed itinerary here.
Go lookout-hopping on a one-day return trip:
This drive is for those of you that love the image of yourself sitting atop the hood of your car, steaming cup of tea in hand, gazing across the vast and unfolding landscape of the greater Blue Mountains region. This post details more than five prime lookout points, including a few bush walks into Gordon Falls reserve, Govett’s Leap and the cold climate Botanical Gardens. The drive home offers an opportunity for nighttime exploration in the Jenolan Caves before returning to Sydney in time for your favourite TV show and a restful sleep in your own bed. Read on to find out the details at here.
Remember, areyouselling.com.au is here to offer a stress-free process of selling a car in Sydney & surrounding areas- we come to you with a free car valuation and we pay cash for cars, no roadworthy required! So call us today on 1300 788 067 or come visit us at 3/33 Heathcote Rd, Moorebank