Do you have an unregistered car (rego expired) that you would like to sell, and are wondering whether it is legal to do so? The short answer is yes. In Queensland, it is legal to sell your unregistered car without a safety certificate. That said, there are paperwork and documents that need to be in order to ensure a complete and legal car sale when selling an unregistered vehicle.
While selling an unregistered car is legal in Brisbane, the sale will have to follow the regulations set up by the Queensland Government. The Government requires that certain pertinent information be provided at the time of the sale to ensure there are no complications or discrepancies in the future regarding the legality of the sale.
If you are interested in selling your unregistered car, make sure you have the following information:
Often, all the above-mentioned information can be found as part of the sales contract or sales transaction receipt. But, it’s always advisable to double check your paperwork to ensure all the necessary information has been furnished.
At Eagle Car Removals, we’ve been in the business of buying used, scrap, old and damaged cars for many years. Our extensive experience is your advantage. When you sell your unregistered car to us, we know what the required paperwork are and can get them ready for you, making the entire car selling process quick and easy.
No Time Wasted
We provide Instant Cash for Cars quotes over the phone. So, all you need to do to get a top cash offer from us is to give us a call and you’ll have a quote within minutes.
No Money Wasted
We aim to provide car sellers with a no-expense car sale. By providing free car removals, we ensure you don’t have to spend money on having the car towed to us.
No Effort Wasted
We don’t expect you to do all the complicated paperwork. Being experts in the Car Removal industry, we offer free paperwork, making the sale hassle-free and simple for you. All you need to do is sign the paperwork to complete the sale.
Got a ‘no rego’ car to sell? Give Eagle Car Removals a call at 07 3275 2178 / 0452 626 918.