Roadworthy Certificates at The Workshop FOR ONLY from $165!
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 in Melbourne, 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.
The Workshop is 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 road-worthiness in Victoria.
Roadworthy Certificate from The Workshop
A roadworthy certificate is required upon selling a vehicle or if a used vehicle is being re-registered. These can only be given out by licensed vehicle testers – so if you need a inexpensive roadworthy certificate, Melbourne locals know to call on The Workshop!
A roadworthy certificate, which is required to register your vehicle, must be issued within 30 days of any application for registration. Keep in mind that this will not guarantee a vehicle with a roadworthy certificate will continue to remain worthy for the 30 days after the certificate is issued.
What Do We Inspect?
Our roadworthy certificate inspection for Melbourne drivers involves a full check of your vehicle to make sure that all key components are completely operational and fit for the road.
Seats and seatbelts
Lights and reflectors
Windscreen and windows, wipers and washers
Steering, suspension and braking
Wheels and tyres
What Don’t We Inspect?
Our road-worthiness test isn’t a check of your vehicle’s mechanical reliability or general condition. The certificate doesn’t necessarily mean your vehicle is in tip-top shape without any signs of wear. Similarly, non-safety related accessories such as the rear window demister, air conditioner and rear wipers aren’t assessed in a roadworthy inspection. Most importantly, any items we check during the inspection (i.e brake lights) can stop functioning at any time after the inspection
Should you wish to have a comprehensive assessment on the overall condition and reliability of your vehicle, you should arrange for our team at The Workshop to do a separate, independent report. We also conduct pre-purchase inspections.
If you need a Vic roadworthy certificate, you can call The Workshop today to book your inspection on (03) 8581 2222..