For private use, a Safety Certificate is valid for two months or 2000 kms, whichever is the sooner.
For dealers, a Safety Certificate is valid for 3 months or 1000 kms, whichever is the sooner.
A safety certificate is required for transferring of registration when moving from interstate, advertising your vehicle for sale (this is also used to transfer registration to the new owner), transferring a vehicle from a business or to another family member.
Of course we can, our qualified mechanics will be able to fix most smaller repairs there and then or if larger they will arrange a quote and another suitable day to get the repairs done for you within the 14 days. We can even supply & fit tyres.
Please allow 40-50 minutes for the inspection to be completed, at the end of the inspection you will receive your certificate shortly after.
Yes, that’s ok.
You will receive a failed certificate with the items that are required to be rectified. The Department of Transport and Main Roads sets a 14-day time period for a re-inspection to be done, if the 14 days pass then a new inspection will need to be conducted.
We can do them all! Inspections can be done on motorbikes, cars, trucks up to 16,000 kgs (16 tonne), caravans, motorhomes, horse floats. If a truck is over 16,000 kgs (16 tonne) and is currently registered it will need to go over the pits at TMR. Good news is that we can do it if it is unregistered.