Roadworthy Safety Certificate Brisbane – Gold Coast

Stateroads offers roadworthy safety certificates as part of our mobile service in Queensland – We Service the Greater Brisbane region and Gold Coast region plus surrounding areas from tweed to caboolture and ipswich. Phone direct on 0412 139053 for roadworthy bookings.

We can Include a Roadworthy Inspection also known as a Safety Certificate in Qld along with our Pre Purchase Inspection report, we can also carry out just a Roadworthy Inspection on Its own.

Roadworthy Inspections or Safety Certificate inspection – fees

Motor vehicles up to 4.5t GVM        –  $74.75    or    $99 Mobile Service

Trailers over 0.75 up to 3.5t ATM    –  $37.40   or      $79 Mobile Service

Motorbikes                                      –  $48.00   or       $79 Mobile Service

A Safety Certificate is issued after a vehicle passes a safety inspection If the vehicle fails the inspection, you have 14 days to rectify any issues and to call us back to schedule a re-inspection.

For any vehicle that is registered, the seller must provide a roadworthy certificate / safety certificate according to Queensland law and failure to do so can result in a fine. If a vehicle is not registered, there is no legal requirement for vendors to provide safety certificates.

Roadworthy’s for Private Vendors

Safety certificates / roadworthy certificate for private vendors remain valid for a period of two months or 2000km, whichever occurs first.

Roadworthy’s for Car Dealers

Motor dealers’ safety certificates / roadworthy certificate are valid for three months or 1000km, whichever occurs first.

Safety certificates for a range of vehicle types

Unregistered, second hand and registered interstate vehicles must have a Safety Certificate as part of the Queensland pre-registration process. This includes:

  • cars
  • motorbikes
  • trailers (including caravans) with an aggregate trailer mass (ATM) of 0.751–3.50 tonnes
  • any other vehicles up to 4.50t gross vehicle mass (GVM)

Displaying Safety Certificates:

Safety Certificates must be displayed in a very obvious place, for example:

  • Car- Windscreen or Window
  • Trailer- Draw Bar
  • Motorcycle- Front Forks or Guard

You may get a fine if you do not display a safety certificate on the vehicle from the moment you offer it for sale.

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