Our roadworthy inspections cover items such as:
✔ Wheels and tyres
✔ Steering, suspension and breaking systems
✔ Structure of the vehicle
✔ Lights and reflectors
✔ Seats and seat belts
✔ Windscreen and windows
✔ Windscreen wipers and washers
✔ Other safety related items on the body, engine or chassis
It’s important to understand that a safety inspection is not a test of mechanical reliability. It simply means that your vehicle is in sound condition to be driving safely on state roads.
If you want more information on how to pass a roadworthy inspection, feel free to give one of our friendly team a call. They can assist you with getting the right information for a positive result, the first time around! OR click through to our blog to find out more on ‘How to prepare your car for a roadworthy certificate’.
OR you can contact QLD Department of Transport and Main Roads to ensure the right information was provided to you.
If a caravan or trailer is over 750kg, YES – you’ll need to obtain a roadworthy certificate.
You can easily find your vehicles weight on the registration papers or compliance plate!
✔ Safe tyre limits
✔ Approved load sharing axle systems
✔ Vehicle identifiers
✔ Dimensional limitations