Why Do You Require a Roadworthy Check?
Whenever the ownership is transferred, getting a roadworthy certificate is important. It basically says that the car is fit and safe to be driven on the road. Though it does not do a detailed inspection and sees if the vehicle matches its original performance, the criteria evaluated are the safety features and general auto inspection.
Our roadworthy tests comply with government standards and will issue a comprehensive inspection report based on the following:
- Wheels and tyres
- Steering, suspension and braking systems
- Seats and seat belts
- Lamps and reflectors
- Windscreen and windows including front windscreen wipers and washers
- The structure of the vehicle
- Lamps, signals, and reflectors
- Body, chassis, and engine
- Electrical exhaust
If the vehicle passes the inspection process, we can issue you a roadworthy certificate (or safety certificate) and you can transfer ownership of the vehicle. However, if the vehicle does not pass the test, you’ll need to get it repaired within a specified period and bring it for roadworthy inspection again.
Though the process is comprehensive, the roadworthy certificate price is not so when you choose us for your roadworthy check. We provide cheap roadworthy certificates done by licensed testers at our auto shop. This test does not check the mechanical reliability of the vehicle; however, you can get a pre-purchase inspection done by our team too!
Get in touch with Startamotive today when you need a roadworthy check for a vehicle in Sunbury, Woodend, Gisborne, Kyneton, or Diggers Rest area. If you have any questions, please feel free to ask us. You can contact us on (03) 9744 7077 or write to us on firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your appointment.