Vehicle Sales Terms & Conditions
These Terms and Conditions are designed to be as simple as possible, while at the same time clear and comprehensive enough to avoid misunderstandings and future disputes. The TOO EASY TRAVEL concept is designed for backpacker needs. You will be very pleased to purchase your vehicle with us.
Monday – Friday: 10:00 – 17:00
Saturday – Sunday: Appointments available
*Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day, and Good Friday – Closed
This document contains the Terms & Conditions for your purchased vehicle and forms a contract between yourself (the owner) and Too Easy Travel. Both parties are legally bound by the content within this document. You are obliged to read this document thoroughly and ask for clarification of any points you do not understand.
- Transfer of Registration
- Maintaining your vehicle
- Claims procedure
- Roadside Assistance with NRMA
- Optional AWN Warranty
Payment can be made by cash, bank cheque or direct deposit, all in AUD. Credit card payment is also accepted. All terms are negotiated as a cash price and payment by any credit card will incur a 1% surcharge. If the balance or any part of the balance (e.g. deposit) is made by credit card the fee will be incurred and calculated on the total amount, including the deposit, paid by credit card.
2) Transfer of registration in NSW
The vehicle papers you receive from Too Easy Travel (FORM 8’s) are valid proof of ownership. It is your responsibility as the new owner to take the Form 8’s to the NSW Motor Registry (branches located in Service NSW centres) to pay your Stamp Duty (3%) and Transfer Fee ($32) within 14 days of the date of sale. If you fail to pay these taxes within the 14-day period, you will be charged a late fee and possibly a fine.
If you are stopped by the Police within the transfer period and asked for proof of ownership the Form 8’s prove that you are the legal owner of the car. You must transfer the registration into your name before you can legally sell the car or extend the registration. The new owner will not be responsible for the payment of your taxes. Furthermore, you will be required to pay the tax before being permitted to extend your registration or sell the car.
Registered vehicles can be driven all over Australia. Furthermore, you can extend your registration online with Service NSW.
3) Maintaining your vehicle
As the owner of the vehicle it is your responsibility to maintain it to insure it runs properly all the time. The small investment on maintenance will reduce the potential of breakdowns and expensive repairs in the future. Furthermore it helps to maintain roadworthiness and contributes to greater reliability, economy and resale value. Smaller jobs like topping up engine oil, adding coolant and checking the water levels are something you can easily do on your own. Major problems like fluid leakages and suspension problems are best identified by a professional. So when in doubt ask a mechanic or call for roadside assistance!
The driver is responsible to check, at least daily and maintain all fluid levels and must immediately rectify. Topping up a vehicle that is losing water somehow is not rectifying the problem. Rectification means a fit and proper diagnosis and repair. Too Easy Travel cannot stress enough your responsibility in this regard. Continued operation of the vehicle after a defect has occurred may lead to serious consequential damage to the engine for which you will be held responsible.
We cannot stress enough the risks of continued driving if your car begins to overheat, or if it has a known cooling system problem of any kind. If your temperature gauge moves in a direction that is a close to red, stop immediately, investigate, call for NRMA Roadside Assistance on 131111. Do NOT wait for it to cool and drive again as you may cause further catastrophic damage to your engine, for which you WILL be held liable. Driving with an inoperative temperature gauge voids all coverage.
4) Claims procedure
Contact Too Easy Travel via email, live chat or call us on (02) 8960 2932 and have your vehicle registration number ready. Too Easy Travel will not be responsible, liable, or make any payment for repairs commenced or incurred without the company’s prior authourisation. It is recommended you request a work order number from Too Easy Travel. Too Easy Travel reserves the right to direct the vehicle to it’s preferred repairer. All repairs must be performed by a licensed motor vehicle mechanic in a workshop approved by Too Easy Travel. Authorization is dependant upon a check that your particular claim is valid. An independent inspection of the vehicle may be ordered by Too Easy Travel to check the validity of the claim. If the claim is valid Too Easy Travel will, at its discretion, arrange for or give approval for an approved repairer to repair the vehicle.
Once a deposit is placed on a vehicle with any Licensed Motor Dealer you are legally bound to purchase that vehicle and payment in full is expected. You are not legally entitled to a refund of the deposit. Too Easy Travel will never demand full payment if you decide after placing a deposit that you no longer wish to purchase the car. However, Too Easy Travel will only refund deposits in exceptional circumstances and entirely at its discretion.
6) Roadside Assistance with NRMA
NRMA road service is provided under the Too Easy Travel Fleet Membership. The vehicle is covered and Too Easy Travel remains the member under the membership name of Too Easy Travel. Please refer to your Too Easy Travel NRMA Membership details. Do not quote your own name when requesting road service, as they will not recognise you as the member. The coverage provided is Standard; please refer to the NRMA for details of membership benefits, services and coverage.
7) Optional AWN Warranty
Extended warranty product can be a protection against costly mechanical repairs. In case you decide to get an optional warranty extension from AWN we like to inform you, that you are purchasing an independent product that is not related to any Too Easy Travel services. All claims have to be sent directly to AWN.
You, the purchaser acknowledge that you are buying a used motor vehicle and that whilst every effort is made to ensure the smooth operation of your vehicle, problems can arise that are related to the age and value of the vehicle. Regardless of the warranties and service
offered, it remains the responsibility of the purchaser to exercise due diligence in the purchase of any motor vehicle.