Why you need a certificate of roadworthy?
Test standards are issued by VicRoads and all tests must be checked in accordance with these regulations. When a vehicle is presented for a roadworthy inspection the presenter of the vehicle details are collected, as well as the vehicle identification details. A road test of the vehicle is conducted to pick up any possible area of concern. The vehicle inspection is then performed and any components that don’t meet the standard are recorded. A final road test is performed with a brake test conducted.
What do we put in the official VicRoads roadworthy inspection paperwork?
The vehicle details, brake test and inspection information are recorded on official VicRoads paperwork. Should the vehicle have an item that doesn’t meet the standard it is noted on the official documentation, and a rejection copy of the roadworthy is issued. During the inspection, a series of photo’s are taken to prove the vehicles were inspected as required by VicRoads. The owner then has seven days to have this item rectified. The item is then reinspected and if rectified a certificate will be issued which is valid for thirty days.
What does RWC Inspection cover?
- Tyres and Wheels
- Steering, Suspension and Brakes
- Seatbelts and seats
- Front and Back Lights
- Wipers and washers
- Overall structure
All non-safety related issues are not included as a part of the inspection. If you are buying an old car we recommend that you get the car tested for wear or deterioration, air condition gas, engine wear and others from your car mechanic.
At Aussie Tune Dandenong, we are licensed to perform VicRoads roadworthy inspections on all cars, SUVs, 4×4, and taxis. We are a team of professional mechanics who provide car roadworthy certificates for all types of car brands in Dandenong. Along with the roadworthy report, we can also provide full car services, we specialise in European brands like Audi, Mercedes Benz and VW. We are in partnership with Revo tuning and can offer full performance upgrades.