FOR SELLING A CAR
Whether you sell, give-away or even take a registered vehicle to the tip, you must transfer or cancel the registration within a prescribed period with your local motor registration authority.
Statutory requirements applying to both the disposer (the current owner) and the acquirer (the buyer), vary around Australia. Specific information can be found on the websites of the various State licensing bodies. See "Selling Privately" for more info
Selling to a Dealer & Trading In
This is probably the easiest way of disposing of a used car as the dealer does most of the work in arranging transfers, paying the relevant fees, and arranging for roadworthiness or safety inspections.
Selling at Auction
The charges for selling your vehicle vary from company to company and from State to State. Shop around is the best advice.
You will usually get more for your vehicle by selling it privately, but you will also have to do a lot more work for your money.
Preparing Your Vehicle for Sale
Do your homework first by looking up representative prices of similar models advertised on this site or by purchasing a copy of your local Trading Post publication.
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