A used Audi A6 is seen at a dealership in Sydney on March 23, 2017.
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A used Audi was seen parked in the driveway of a Melbourne home on Friday, April 19, 2017, with a large bill on its dashboard.
The bill had been issued by the Victorian government and was to cover “administrative fees and taxes.”
However, the seller of the car, who has since changed his name, said the bill had not been paid by the time he was told.
The car is owned by a man named John and his wife and was purchased in March of 2017, about three months after it was delivered to the couple.
The man said he did not know the reason for the bill until contacted by the ABC.
The car, which is registered to John, was purchased by the couple from a car dealership in Melbourne.
However, it has since been sold and the buyer is not yet registered to the vehicle.
The dealership said it was in the process of selling the car.
The owner, who did not want to be identified, told the ABC the car had been “rebuilt” but was still “on the road.”
“It’s just so expensive.
The paint, the interior, the seats, everything is just so much better,” the man said.
“You get a lot of extras.
You get a good value for money.”
The man said the dealership was happy to pay up the bill but he would not be able to afford to buy another car from the dealership.
“I just think if I get another car it’s going to be a little bit more expensive,” he said.
“I’m not going to drive that much in the future, so I can’t afford to drive another car for the same price.”
The man also told the newspaper he was “not surprised” to hear the bill from the state government had not yet been paid.
The ABC asked the Department of Finance and Taxation for a response.
“It would be inappropriate for us to comment on the specifics of the matters referred to you by the Department,” a spokesperson told the broadcaster.