In theory, the idea of using a skip bin to clear out all your junk is rather convenient. The bin is dropped off, you fill it up, and then off it goes. However, it might feel like not everyone can take advantage of this convenience. What about when your home is not all that accessible? You might have a narrow driveway that makes it impossible for the delivery truck to actually reach your home, or your garage might practically front the street, with no real driveway or paved area to speak of. However, you don't need to find some other method of disposing of your old stuff; even with some accessibility issues, you can still find a skip bin solution that works for you.
On the Street
Many skip bin companies are ahead of you when it comes to finding an appropriate place to leave the bin. When there is no appropriate place to deposit the bin within the property lines, the street is generally the next best option. The skip bin company can usually obtain the necessary permits from your local council too, for a small surcharge (since it's generally not allowed to simply leave a large skip bin on the street). When parking restrictions don't allow for the bin to be deposited immediately outside your home, check the nearest allowable location. If it's only a short distance away, and you feel capable of carrying the items to be disposed over this short distance, then this can also be a viable option.
Mini skip bin hire is also an option. This can be arranged with more than one bin, with staggered delivery and collection times. So if your property can only accommodate a mini skip bin (even though this size might seemingly be insufficient for your needs), then this can be a great idea. A mini skip bin is delivered, filled, and then collected, to be immediately replaced by an additional mini skip bin. This staggered delivery and collection system works for your property's accessibility while still allowing you to get rid of everything you need to.
Mobile skip bins can also work. They are on wheels and are towed behind the delivery truck. Once uncoupled from the truck, they can be moved into position by hand, so they can be pulled onto your front yard, or even into your garage.
So while it might feel like your property cannot accommodate a traditional skip bin, remember that there are always options, even when you don't have enough of a driveway for the delivery truck.