Whether you plan to sell your car; register a new car or renew an existing registration; or, in some cases, clear a defect notice, you need a Road Worthiness Certification – also called RWC, safety certificate, and certificate of inspection. In essence, this document is an approval of adequate safety of your car to be operated on public roads

The Road Worthiness of your vehicle must be inspected by a licensed inspector and at an Approved Inspection Station. Stop by Brisbane Auto Shop where our Department of Transport and Main Roads accredited and approved technicians can examine your car, remedy relevant defects, issue a safety certificate, and submits it to the Department of Transportation and Main Roads in a short time.

What does an inspection for Road Worthiness Certification check?

  • wheels and tyres
  • steering, suspensions and braking systems
  • seats and seatbelts
  • lights and reflectors
  • windscreen, and windows including front wipers and washers
  • vehicle structure
  • other safety related items on the body, chassis or engine.

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