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If you’re moving from the Northern Territory to Queensland with the intention of staying longer than 14 days, you need to transfer your vehicle registration to Queensland. Vehicles registered in the Northern Territory but kept in Queensland could incur fines, so here’s what you need to do to ensure a seamless transition. Step 1: Get…

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If you’re relocating from Tasmania to Queensland with plans to stay longer than 14 days, you’ll need to transfer your vehicle registration to Queensland. Vehicles registered in Tasmania but garaged in Queensland can result in fines, so here’s what you need to do. Step 1: Obtain a Roadworthy Certificate To transfer your registration to Queensland,…

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If you’re moving from the ACT to Queensland with the intention of staying longer than 14 days, you’ll need to transfer your vehicle registration to Queensland. Keeping your vehicle registered in the ACT but garaged in Queensland can result in fines, so it’s essential to follow the correct steps for a smooth transition. Step 1:…

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If you’re relocating from Western Australia to Queensland and plan to stay longer than 14 days, you must transfer your vehicle registration to Queensland. Vehicles registered in Western Australia but kept in Queensland may incur fines, so follow these steps to avoid any issues. Step 1: Get a Roadworthy Certificate To transfer your registration to…

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Moving from South Australia to Queensland with the intention of staying more than 14 days means you need to transfer your vehicle registration to Queensland. Keeping a vehicle registered in South Australia but garaged in Queensland can result in fines, so here’s what you need to do. Step 1: Obtain a Roadworthy Certificate To get…

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When moving from New South Wales to Queensland and planning to stay longer than 14 days, you must transfer your vehicle registration to Queensland. Keeping a vehicle registered in New South Wales but garaged in Queensland could lead to fines and complications, so it’s important to act quickly. Step 1: Get a Roadworthy Certificate The…

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Welcome to Totally Mobile Roadworthy’s comprehensive guide to tyre maintenance. As a vital aspect of roadworthiness, maintaining your vehicle’s tyres is crucial for safety, performance, and compliance with regulations. In this article, we’ll explore all the key considerations for keeping your tyres in top condition, ensuring your vehicle is roadworthy and ready to hit the…

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Are you planning a move to Queensland from Victoria? Ensuring a smooth transition includes transferring your vehicle registration. Failing to do so within 14 days of relocation could lead to fines. Let’s delve into the specifics of transferring your vehicle registration from Victoria to Queensland. Understanding Queensland Registration Requirements Queensland mandates that vehicles garaged in…

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Welcome to Totally Mobile Roadworthy’s guide to safe caravanning! Whether you’re a seasoned traveller or new to the world of caravanning, ensuring a safe journey is paramount. At Totally Mobile Roadworthy, we understand the importance of road safety and want to equip you with the knowledge to make your caravan trips enjoyable and worry-free. Before…

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Welcome to Totally Mobile Roadworthy’s comprehensive guide on safe driving in wet weather conditions. Whether you’re a seasoned driver or just starting out, mastering the art of driving in rain, fog, or other wet conditions is essential for your safety and the safety of others on the road. In this blog post, we’ll cover essential…

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Are you planning a towing journey? Whether you’re hauling a trailer for a weekend getaway or transporting heavy loads for work, ensuring your vehicle is in optimal condition is paramount. At Totally Mobile Roadworthy, we prioritize safety on the road. That’s why we’ve compiled a comprehensive list of the top 10 items to check on…

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Are you an already qualified VEHICLE INSPECTOR? Perhaps you’re a mechanic looking for a change? A new and exciting position has become available within a local rapidly expanding business. With a reputation unsurpassed in the industry, we are seeking an experienced mechanic hoping to get off the tools and out of the workshop but with…

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Top Scenic Drives in South East Queensland If you’re a road trip enthusiast or simply in search of a memorable escape, South East Queensland has a treasure trove of stunning drives. From pristine coastlines to lush hinterlands, you’re spoiled for choice. In this blog, we’ll take you on a journey through the six most popular…

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When it comes to ensuring the safety and reliability of your vehicle when you sell it, a roadworthy certificate plays a pivotal role. Whether you’re a Queenslander or just passing through the Sunshine State, understanding what a roadworthy certificate is and how long it lasts is essential knowledge for all motorists. Roadworthy Certificate: The Essentials…

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Common Issues that Lead to Roadworthy Inspection Failures in Queensland Maintaining a roadworthy vehicle is not just a legal requirement but also crucial for your safety on the roads. In Queensland, a roadworthy inspection is a mandatory step to ensure that your vehicle meets the necessary safety standards. However, several common issues often lead to…

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Maintaining Your Vehicle in Colder Queensland Weather: Top Tips for Optimal Performance As the colder weather approaches, it’s crucial to prepare your vehicle for the challenges it may face. Cold temperatures, wet roads, and other winter conditions can affect your vehicle’s performance and safety. In this blog post, we will provide you with essential tips…

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Common Misconceptions About Mobile Roadworthy Certificates in Queensland Mobile Roadworthy Certificates play a crucial role in ensuring the safety and compliance of vehicles on Queensland roads. However, there are several common misconceptions surrounding these certificates that can lead to confusion and misinformation. In this article, we will debunk these misconceptions and provide clarity on Mobile…

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Have you ever wondered how long a roadworthy certificate lasts in Queensland? If you’re a vehicle owner in the Sunshine State, it’s essential to familiarise yourself with the regulations surrounding roadworthiness. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the details of roadworthy certificates in Queensland, including their duration, requirements, and crucial insights to help you…

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Common Reasons Why Vehicles Fail Mobile Roadworthy Certificate Inspections and How to Avoid Them If you own a car, you probably already know that keeping it in good condition is crucial not only for your safety but also to avoid costly repairs in the future. One essential step in maintaining a roadworthy vehicle is obtaining…

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Vehicles are an important part of our daily lives. Whether we are commuting to work, running errands, or taking a road trip, we rely on vehicles to get us where we need to go. However, just as with any other machine, vehicles can pose a risk to ourselves and others if they are not properly…

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If you want to sell your car, motorcycle, or caravan, you must have a current roadworthy safety certificate. Owners are no longer required to have a safety certificate before selling a vehicle though safety certificates must be obtained before transferring ownership. Continue reading for information on obtaining your roadworthy safety certificate and the associated costs….

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When moving to Queensland with the intent to stay longer than 14 days, you must transfer the registration of your vehicle to Queensland. Individuals with vehicles that remain registered in another state or territory, but remain garaged in Queensland, are at risk of being fined. When registering your vehicle in Queensland, you are required to…

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In Queensland, it’s a requirement of selling a vehicle that you have a roadworthy certificate (RWC). This means your vehicle needs to have passed a safety inspection by an authorised person. Often, there is a temptation to circumvent these rules and offload your vehicle without having the relevant checks done. If the buyer is fine…

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Buying or selling a car can be an exciting time. Who doesn’t love that new car smell or a wad of cash in your hand after a successful sale? However, as we all know, where there is a large cash transaction, there will be a trail of paperwork required. While you might be eager to…

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If you’re buying, selling, re-registering or transferring a vehicle, it’s a requirement to have the vehicle inspected. This is to ensure the vehicle is roadworthy and meets certain requirements under the Queensland Transport Regulations. Not only does it protect you, but also other road users who could be put at risk. However, even though roadworthy…

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While most people have sold a vehicle at some time in their life, the actual cost of selling it isn’t something we always think about. The only essential cost is having a roadworthy inspection before sale, because Queensland law requires this. However, there are other things you can do to give yourself the best chance…

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Whenever you’re buying, selling, transferring or re-registering a vehicle on the Sunshine Coast, you need a Roadworthy and/or Safety Certificate. It’s a registration requirement, which can sometimes feel like a hassle. But it shouldn’t need to be. In the past, you would have needed to take your car to an inspection centre and wait around…

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The recent Covid-19 pandemic has put considerable strain on families across Australia. However, many of Australia’s industries and essential workers are still out there doing what they do best, and for many this means that vehicle inspections are still necessary. As such, we’ve made some adjustments to the way we work in order to ensure…

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Whether you’ve made a move interstate before or this is your first time, there’s always a million and one things to get ready, some of which can easily slip your mind! So we’ve put together some of the most important ‘bit n bobs’ for an easy transition to your new home in the sun! Before…

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When it comes time to obtain a safety certificate for your vehicle, there are a few quick and simple steps you can take to properly prepare your vehicle for a roadworthy inspection. If it’s time and money you want to save, making these simple considerations will go a long way in getting you a positive…

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When looking for a safety certificate provider, a lot of people get caught out spending more than they have to by not properly researching their local roadworthy assessors. To save you the guesswork, we’ve put together a few things to look for before you book! Qualifications A roadworthy assessor should be a qualified and licensed…

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