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In Queensland, as in most cities, a Safety Certificate is required while buying, selling, registering or transferring a vehicle. A Safety Certificate is also referred to as a Roadworthy Certificate owing to its use of specifying how “roadworthy” a vehicle is.
We Issue Roadworthy/Safety Certificates
At Dr. Roadworthy, we authorize safety certificates after careful inspection and thorough checking. Vehicle inspectors at Dr. Roadworthy are authorized to check cars, all vehicles up to 4.5tGVM, 4*4’s, and motorcycles. We ensure that you receive the top-most quality of service at a location near or convenient for you.
What are Safety Certificates?
A safety or roadworthy certificate is a document based on safety standards that certify a vehicle’s fitness. At Dr. Roadworthy, a safety certificate is issued only after a thorough check. This is why a certificate issued by us is taken to be an important mark of credibility on the condition of your vehicle.
What Does A Safety Certificate Cover?
The roadworthy certificate issued by Dr. Roadworthy covers basic physical aspects and their conditions. Some common basics covered by our certificate are seats, steering, electrical components, wheels and tires, engines, lights, brakes and its components.
Dr. Roadworthy safety certificates cover these basic things and offer better buyer protection ensuring that the vehicles being offered are safe for operation. This ensures that tires, suspensions, lights and other aspects of the vehicle are in top condition and not threatened by body rust or any other damage.
Importance of Safety Certificates
As a safety certificate for vehicles certifies and ensures the fitness of the vehicle, it is extremely important to buyers. You can buy and get a vehicle registered without a safety certificate, but it is not recommended. Without this document, you will not be allowed to buy your own plates or drive it without one.
When Is a Safety Certification Required?
A safety certification has to be displayed for any registered light vehicle as soon as you offer it for sale. Here are two instances when you need to display a roadworthy or safety certification:
- When you place or display the vehicle in public, offering it for sale
- When you list or are planning to list the vehicle for sale on an online website
According to the Queensland vehicle registration process, unregistered or registered interstate vehicles along with second-hand vehicles including motorbikes, cars, trailers, etc. requires to having Safety Certificate.
Why Choose Dr. Roadworthy For Safety Certificates?
Here are some reasons why Dr. Roadworthy has emerged as a trusted, household name when it comes to vehicle services like Safety Certificates:
The team of technicians involved in all areas of services at Dr. Roadworthy have years of experience and are handpicked from a group of industry specialists.
We at Dr. Roadworthy believe that quality is the underlying force in success. Our safety certificates are issued only after careful inspection. All our services go through quality checks.
We at Dr. Roadworthy have been providing impeccable service to our customers for decades. Out entire working model, is built around the complete satisfaction of our clients and convenient service to all.