Sydney, much like any other big city, has a lot of people who travel by cars every day. The number of people who own cars in this city is great. That means the number of people buying cars is also pretty hefty. There are many car dealers in this city looking to cater to you. If you’re not happy with one, you have the freedom to move on to another one who responds better to you. The situation is somewhat same if you’re looking to sell your car, as well. At Carcoin, we help people like you sell their cars without any kinks or hassles. Carcoin is connected with some of the best dealers in the city. We will get the word of your car out, and you will get offers from people to buy your car. All you will need to do is submit your car details to us so that we can put the advertisements up for the interested clientele to see for themselves. The Carcoin online portal has been designed for simplicity, to elicit maximum profit for you in the shortest possible period of time. By working with us you can avoid fraudulent offers or no-shows and get in contact directly with people who are interested in and capable of buying your vehicle from you.
Selling a car in New South Wales is actually very easy. You can make that process even quicker and easier by getting help from Carcoin. We can help you to sell your car online privately and fast in Australia. Now that we’ve covered the basics, let’s take a look at some of the technicalities and formalities you may need to consider.
What are the requirements to sell my car in NSW?
The rules vary a bit depending on the type of vehicle that you want to sell. For example, if you want to sell a food van, refrigerated truck, or a vehicle previously used for transporting restricted substances, the rules can be stricter than normal. Fortunately for most sellers the rules in New South Wales are actually more relaxed than in many other states. The most important thing you need to be aware of is that after you have successfully sold the vehicle, you must inform Service NSW (formerly the Roads and Maritime Services). This is done officially via lodgement of a “Notice of Disposal” form.
The Notice of Disposal form can be lodged online, or you can fill in a paper copy and post it in or hand it in across the counter if you live near a Service NSW centre. The buyer of the vehicle is not obligated to notify the Department and is not obligated to register the vehicle. They can do anything they want with the vehicle once they have bought it. You, as the seller, have all the responsibility. Don’t make the mistake of thinking that if your registration has lapsed that you don’t still have this responsibility. If the registration expired within the past 15 days, there is no difference at all. If more than 15 days have passed, you’re supposed to cancel the registration by contacting Service NSW in person, and they’ll charge you a fee to do it. You also have to return the number plates of the car to the Department within 14 days if your registration is cancelled. If you keep the plates any longer than that, the police can charge you with an offence.
Will I encounter problems with registration when I sell my car in Sydney NSW?
Be prepared to show evidence to the buyer that the registration of the vehicle is up to date and the amount of time remaining before the registration needs to be renewed.
Is there anything else I should know before choosing Carcoin to sell my car in Sydney?
If you have any questions about why Carcoin is the newest and best way of selling cars fast in Sydney, be sure to reach out to us today. We offer our services in All major Australian cities including Melbourne & Brisbane.
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