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Before you can legally sell, trade or otherwise transfer ownership of your vehicle to a third party, it must first be deemed roadworthy by a VicRoads licensed vehicle tester. This means undergoing a roadworthy inspection to check that your vehicle meets the minimum standards to cope with Victoria’s roads.

We can provide roadworthy inspections for all makes and models of light vehicles, including passenger vehicles, light commercials and 4WDs.

  1. Book your vehicle in for a Roadworthy inspection by giving us a call on 9338 5997, send us an email via our contact page or talk to us in person.

  2. Bring your car in for the inspection along with your drivers licence. A licensed vehicle tester will assess your car, the process normally takes 2 hours.

  3. If the vehicle passes the inspection a Roadworthy Certificate will be issued. If not go to step 4.

  4. If vehicle fails the first inspection, we will provide a list of items that will need to be rectified for the certificate to be issued. We will also provide you with a quote of the repair costs required. If the vehicle has rust or damage to structural sections you may be required to have the vehicle assessed by a panel repair shop. The panel repair shop will be required to fill in a Structural Repair Report form.

  5. Repairs are to be carried out and vehicle represented within 14 days. Repairs can be carried out by our fully trained mechanics or a mechanic of your choosing.

  6. Make a booking for a re-inspection.

  7. If the repairs are satisfactory, a Roadworthy Certificate will be issued.

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