Our Services

Mobile Roadworthy Certificates (RWC)

A mobile roadworthy inspection in QLD includes a thorough examination of a vehicle’s essential components such as brakes, tires, steering, lights, electrical systems, seat belts, airbags, and more. Inspectors also assess the engine, transmission, exhaust system, and structural integrity. This on-site service offers convenience, with inspectors traveling to the vehicle owner’s location. Upon passing the inspection, a roadworthy certificate is issued, facilitating vehicle transactions or registration renewals. If any issues are found, a detailed report is provided, allowing owners to address necessary repairs for certification. These inspections ensure vehicles comply with safety and environmental standards in Queensland.

Pre Purchase Inspection

This includes a thorough examination of the engine, transmission, brakes, suspension, steering, tires, and electrical systems. It also checks for signs of past accidents or damage. The inspection may involve a road test to assess the car’s performance. Additionally, inspectors review the vehicle’s maintenance history and identify any necessary repairs or maintenance tasks. This examination aims to provide potential buyers with a clear understanding of the car’s overall health and any potential issues, helping them make an informed decision before purchasing the vehicle.

Certificate of Inspection (COI)

This inspection is conducted by one of our authorized inspectors. The COI verifies that the vehicle complies with safety and environmental standards set out by Queensland’s transport authorities. It includes details about the vehicle’s identification, inspection date, inspection station information, and a checklist of components examined. The certificate is essential for various purposes, such as ride-share services (Uber, Didi, etc.) and taxi use. It assures both riders and authorities that the vehicle is safe and compliant with regulations.

Roadworthy Certificate - Reinspection

The inspector focuses on the specific areas of concern identified during the initial inspection. The vehicle owner must address and rectify the noted problems before scheduling the reinspection. The inspector ensures that the previously identified issues have been resolved and that the vehicle now meets the required safety and compliance standards. Upon a successful reinspection, a roadworthy certificate is issued, allowing the vehicle to be legally driven on the road.