If you need to re-register your car or are thinking of selling your car then you’ll need a roadworthy certificate. Your vehicle needs to pass a roadworthiness inspection to ensure the safety of your vehicle isn’t compromised. Only licensed vehicle testers can carry out inspections and issue certificates of roadworthiness.
Before being issued with a roadworthy certificate , your vehicle will be inspected for any signs of wear and tear that could endanger the safety of you and other drivers on the road.
Typically a roadworthy inspection will include:
- Condition of wheels and tyres
- Lamps, signals and reflectors
- Windscreen and windows
- Wipers and washers
- Seats and seat belts
- Body, chassis and engine
Theworkshop are an accredited RACV service Centre and VACC accredited Service Centre and arrange our Roadworthy inspections through our preferred inspector.
We’ll provide a full written report, detailing any potential areas that require work in order to meet the required criteria for roadworthiness in Victoria.
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