Introductory Specials – Safety Certificates $49 | Pre-Purchase Inspections $140Servicing Gold Coast suburbs near you
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Need a Roadworthy Certificate? Selling a car? We have you covered.
We are a fast and efficient safety certificate service, determined to ease the stress of vehicle inspections on our customers. Call to make an appointment at a time that is convenient to avoid disappointment. We will always try to fit you in as soon as possible.
We provide professional, Queensland Transport compliant home vehicle inspections to every customer, servicing a wide range of suburbs on the Gold Coast. Call us to arrange your appointment.
Our mechanics are fully qualified, licensed, and Queensland Transport approved! Our inspectors offer an unbeatable standard service, providing certifications for:
We pride ourselves on our efficiency. Because your time is important to us, a safety certificate inspection takes approximately 40-45 minutes, at your place, on your terms. We will provide a detailed report after the inspection, an approved report if the vehicle has passed, and otherwise a report highlighting any necessary repairs. Vehicles sometimes fail. If your vehicle does need further repairs to pass – Don’t worry! We can provide you with a quote and even complete the work for you saving you valuable time and effort. The convenience of a one-stop service!
Customers have fourteen days to rectify risk areas and issues, call us back and book us out for a follow-up inspection.
- Roadworthy certificates and safety certificates are often used interchangeably, as roadworthy is still a common term in most of Queensland. They are not separate inspections.
- All registered vehicles in Queensland must have a current Safety Certificate/Roadworthy Certificate before they can be offered for sale. Significant fines apply for failing to display a current Safety Certificate/Roadworthy Certificate.
For a more detailed outline of what is required for a Roadworthy Certificate/Safety Certificate, please follow the link below to the Queensland Transport website.