Get a Certificate of Roadworthiness

A Roadworthy Certificate (RWC) is needed whenever a vehicle is sold, re-registered, or to clear some defect notices.

The RWC is issued by a licensed vehicle tester after a thorough examination of the vehicle, ensuring it meets the minimum safety standards to legally be driven on public roads.

The inspection includes:

  • Wheels and tyres
  • Steering and Suspension
  • Brakes
  • Seats and seatbelts
  • Lights and reflectors
  • Windscreen and windows
  • Vehicle structure
  • Other safety related systems

The inspection doesn’t check for general condition or mechanical reliability, so if you’re buying a secondhand vehicle, we would recommend a pre-purchase inspection.

If your vehicle doesn’t pass the inspection, and you can have the faults repaired and present the vehicle for re-inspection in 14 days, there is no additional charge for reinspection.

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