Licensed Vehicle Tester LVLP : Certificate of Roadworthiness and Roadworthy tests, or RWC : Light Vehicles & Liquefied petroleum Gas Vehicles
In Victoria, obtaining certificate of road worthiness is mandatory before a vehicle can be sold – the vehicle seller must provide a current roadworthy certificate to the buyer, unless the buyer is their spouse or a licensed motor vehicle trader. Prestige Autoworks Dandenong is the licenced and authorized in issuing the roadworthy certificate in Dandenong. We can carry out a thorough inspection of your car and determine the road worthiness. Everything about the car will be mentioned in the report the we provide as the Roadwothy Certificate Dandenong.
When you would require a Roadworthy Certificate
It is possible to sell a vehicle without a roadworthy certificate if it is un-registered. However, before that vehicle can be re-registered as RWC does need to be obtained. There will be some cases where a roadworthy certificate needs to be cleared for a vehicle defect notice in Dandenong. There are situations where you may mandated by the concerned law to get your car inspected and evaluated for a roadworthy certificate. In Australia, each state will follow its own rule regrading the roadworthy certificate, but most of the state say that, when you are putting your car for sale then it is mandatory to get the road worthy certificate against it. So it is mandatory to get the road worthy certificate while you sell your car in Dandenong.
How do I obtain a Roadworthy Certificate?
The vehicle must first pass a roadworthy inspection test before a certificate is issued. An RWC can only be issued by a licensed vehicle tester – Prestige Auto Works Dandenong is a licensed vehicle testing station – we are a Vic Roads licensed Roadworthy tester for passenger vehicles, 4 wheel drive and small trucks.
A roadworthy inspection covers the major safety related items, including: