Light vehicles (LV) up to 4.5 Tonne (GVM)
A LV Safety Certificate inspection takes approximately 40-50 minutes. After the completion of an inspection you will receive a report via email. If the vehicle fails inspection, you have fourteen days to rectify the problem and call us back out for a re inspection.
Some of the basic safety items checked, are:
The seller is legally responsible for providing the Safety Certificate/Roadworthy Certificate and to complete any repairs that are required before the Safety Certificate/Roadworthy Certificate can be issued. You should never be persuaded by the seller to get your own Safety Certificate/Roadworthy Certificate because if there are any repairs to be made on the vehicle this will be at your own cost.
Queensland Transport website.
(Re-inspection charges apply for mobile services)
Mobile roadworthy recommends a pre-purchase inspection be carried out prior to the purchase of any vehicle registered or unregistered. Mobile roadworthy are here to help when buying or selling a car, motorbike, caravan, truck, trailer and horsefloat.