It’s Super Important As We Cannot Inspect Or Buy Your Car Without You Showing These Items
When you decide to sell your car in Queensland, it can feel a tad complicated. But the most convenient way to sell a car is to a licensed auto dealer.
Max Cash for Cars Brisbane makes it easy breezy to sell a car in QLD. Moreover, you should know the steps and items involved in the process to make it quick and effortless.
Show Car Registration Certificate
You need to present a car registration document when selling a registered car. In case you are selling an unregistered car, do not hesitate to get in touch with the local state road authority. There is an ‘Unregistered Vehicle Permit’ for cars that are not registered in QLD.
Also, unless your car is exempt from a safety certificate, a few companies ask for a current inspection certificate from one of the QLD government’s approved inspection stations.
For more information, you can directly visit the Queensland Government website for the Department of Transport and Main Roads.
Vehicle Owner’s Photo ID and Address Proof
Your Australian driver’s licence is the best proof of photo Id and your address. Alternatively, you can show us your passport.
Your utility bill, bank statement, or medicare card also helps if you can’t show any other form of photo ID.
Bank Information for Payment
Provide us with your BSB and account number with your account name so that we can pay you. To make sure that we are depositing the agreed amount in the right bank account, provide a bank statement too.
Alternatively, with an Osko PayID, use ABN or mobile number and email address to be paid by us.
Current Outstanding Finance Amount On Your Car (If Applicable)
Provide us with your car finance information through a letter from your finance company. The letter must include the latest finance settlement figure with the valid date on it.
What If the Vehicle Doesn’t Belong to You and You Want to Sell on Behalf of the Owner
If you are not the owner of the car you’re selling, bring the following for us to purchase your vehicle.
- Letter from the car owner giving you the authorisation to sell the car in question on their behalf. It can be a business authorization or a private seller authorization depending on what’s applicable.
- Vehicle owner’s photo ID/passport confirming owner’s ID and address.
- QLD Statutory Declaration for the sale authorization. Download the declaration form from here.
Other Items You Can Provide To Increase Car Value
- Tax invoice
- Safety certificate
- The gas certificate from an authorised gas installer
- Lock book History
- An unregistered vehicle permit (for unregistered cars)
- Car owner’s manual
- Documents to show the vehicle inspected (if it applies)
- Spare keys
- Car tools