Roadworthy Gold Coast | Certificate of Inspection
If you’re buying, selling or transferring the registration of a car, van, truck, motorhome, Ute, horse float, caravan or trailer you will probably need a roadworthy. We make it easy by coming to your work or home so you can get that all important Light vehicle safety certificate or Certificate of Inspection.
Depending on the certificate type it could take between 30 to 60 minutes to complete the inspection. The certificate will be provided on the spot if the vehicle passes the minimum standard safety check set by Queensland Transport & Main Roads.
If the vehicle happens to fail the inspection don’t worry! You have 14 days to carry out the required repairs. For the reinspection we simply charge a minimal mobile call out fee (varies with location) so you don’t have to pay the full price again.
Queensland Safety Certificate
Cars; Light Vehicles; Motorbikes & Scooters; Caravans & Trailers
Heavy Vehicle Inspections
Heavy Trailer C.O.I; Heavy Truck C.O.I
Light Trailer; Heavy Trailer; Heavy Truck
The certificate is valid for 2 months or 2000 kilometres whichever comes first. For Licensed dealerships, certificates are valid for 3 months or 1000 kilometres whichever comes first. If the vehicle has not been sold or ownership transferred within these limits a new certificate will be required to complete the sale and/or transfer. If a new RWC is needed we will, in most cases, be able to complete a second inspection at a discounted price provided the new inspection is done by the same inspector and the condition of the vehicle has not substantially changed.
Most people want to know what an inspector will be looking for when completing the inspection. Please click on the Transport and Main Roads icon at the bottom of the page to follow a link providing information on this subject.
If you are on the Gold Coast Mobile Safety Certificates are only a phone call away. Call 0408 660 585 now for a no obligation quote or to book an appointment.
"What sort of things will you be looking for when you do the inspection?"