SAFETY AND ROAD WORTHY CERTIFICATES
When driving a vehicle, all you want for it to do is to let you stay safe and protect you from any harm on the road. What’s more reassuring than a safety certificate?
A safety certificate is required when a registered light vehicle (which includes cars, motorcycles, trailers or any other vehicle that weighs up to 4500 kg in gross vehicle mass) is offered for sale or when re-registering an unregistered vehicle. This confirms that a motor vehicle has passed the safety standard inspection and is road worthy. Also if the vehicle you bought is safe and road worthy, whether it is new or second hand a road worthy offers you protection.
This inspection covers the basics for the safety and operation of the vehicle such as:
- Seats & Restraints
- Lights & Electrical Components
- Windscreen & Windows
- Body & Chassis
- Steering & Suspension
- Wheels & Tyres
- Brake Components
- Engines & Drivelines
- Exhaust Emissions
- Road Test
- Service Brake Test
- Hand Brake Test
It is recommended to have a Pre Purchase Inspection conducted by our qualified mechanics with any second hand vehicle you buy at the market to save you money and give you peace of mind when purchasing a vehicle.