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Selling A Car With Expired Registration In Sydney NSW

If you are trying to sell your car without registration in Sydney NSW, can be a tough task. It depends on what car you are trying to sell and for what price. If your car title or Rego is expired and trying to sell your car, we have put together some tips on how to sell your no or expired Rego car.

Tip: Always make sure to check your rego expiry at least 3 months prior to registration. This will give enough time to decide to keep the vehicle or sell. If your car is over 5 years then you need to get a pink slip to register the car in NSW (Road and Maritime Services)

If your car is not registered for more than 3 months then your registration will be automatically canceled and has to be sold as unregistered.  Once canceled it’s your responsibility to return the number plate to the Service NSW

Try To Register Your Car Before You Sell It:

If the car needs a simple check and planning to sell the car within a few weeks, then go ahead with the plan of registering and sell it. Once registered it is usually easy to sell because many people will not buy an unregistered car. Buyers can think the rego is expired because something seriously wrong with the car. It is advisable to check with a registered mechanic before you buy an unregistered auto. Weigh your options. If you are looking to register, then pink slip, green slip, and rego cost all need to be considered. If it is a really old or damaged car, it’s better not to register the car and just sell it as it is to a wrecker.

Mark The Price Down Or Reduce The Price:

Getting the attraction from serious buyers is an important element when selling a no rego car. By marking the price down, you are attracting potential buyers. It is important that the buyer is aware that your car has no rego and the reason. You can always advise the buyer the reason for marking the price down is because the car has no rego and the buyer will be responsible to register the car and pay any dues.

How Much Is A Car Rego In NSW?

From 1 January each year, vehicle tax for light vehicles up to 4.5 tonnes Gross Vehicle Mass will increase as part of the annual NSW Treasury approved Consumer Price Index.

Cars, station wagons and trucks

* Registration fees are also payable

Note: Additional vehicle tax applies to business cars over 3,565kg. The above price data is derived from NSW.GOV.AU

How To Sell A Car That Is Not Registered? 

Check With Your Local Wrecker Near You Before Selling Your unregistered or expired rego car. If the car is unwanted or really old of no use, selling the car to your local wrecker near you would be a good option. Wreckers usually pay higher compared to a car removal company. Wreckers buy the car and use the car for parts, while car removal companies might scrap the car for metal.

Selling A Car With Expired Registration
Selling A Car With Expired Registration

Selling a car with expired rego in Sydney NSW is allowed as long as it has a cleared title.

Metro Car Removal Sydney can help you sell your car for FREE, without any cost. Why pay someone to remove your car, when you can get cash instantly with Metro car removal. Call, ask for a quote and arrange pick up its that easy.

 

 

 

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