Care Plus issues roadworthy certificate to clients in Melbourne area. If you are trying to sell your vehicle, re-register it or clear a vehicle defect then you will need a roadworthy certificate. We are a licensed vehicle tester and issue certificates as per the guidelines. An inspection of the vehicle is required to ascertain that it is fit to be on the roads. It is assessed if the vehicle is fit to receive a certificate by our skilled technicians and experts. Different vehicle functions are checked and it is made sure that the vehicle does not show any defects.
We will only issue a roadworthy certificate when the vehicle can be safely driven on roads. This helps to reduce the number of damaged vehicles running on roads and unnecessary accidents can be avoided. Our services are fully reliable and we deliver them on time. Our friendly and courteous staff is willing to help you and advice you to pass the inspection test. Whenever you want to sell, we will make the process easier for you so that you don’t face any problems. Please contact us at our office if you are in Melbourne area and require a roadworthy certificate.
What Is Roadworthy Certificate?
A certificate of road worthiness is issued by a licensed vehicle tester and is required when a vehicle is sold, if a used vehicle is to be re-registered or sometimes to clear a vehicle defect. Normally a roadworthy certificate is issued from a garage or a service station. A current certificate of roadworthiness is required for the purpose of registering or transferring a vehicle and has not been issued for more than thirty days prior to application for transfer or registration. It is however not a guarantee that a certificate which receives a roadworthy certificate will necessarily remain in a roadworthy condition for 30 days from the date the certificate was issued. The cost of the certificate is dependent on the age, type and condition of the vehicle.
Inspection is carried out to check if the vehicle is in a good working condition and is safe for use on roads. The various parts which are checked are:
- Wheels and tyres
- Seats and belts
- Steering, suspensions and braking systems
- Lights and reflectors
- Vehicle structure
- Windscreen, windows including wipers ad washers
- Other safety items on the body, chassis or engine
A roadworthy certificate does not access mechanical reliability or the general working condition of a vehicle. Inspection alone cannot access compliance with Standards for Registration which in most cases are Australian Design Rules (ADRs) a set of minimum standards for the construction of motor vehicles and trailers.