Officially known as a Certificate of Roadworthiness. A Roadworthy Certificate is issued by Licensed Vehicle Testers in Victoria and is required when a vehicle is sold or when re-registering a previously used vehicle.

For a Roadworthy Certificate to be issued, the major components in the vehicle have to be in a satisfactory condition and the vehicle is safe for normal road use. The list of items commonly inspected include:

  • Condition of Tyres and Wheels
  • Steering, Suspension, and Braking Systems
  • Seat Condition & Seat Belts
  • Lamps and Reflectors
  • Windscreen, Windows, Front Windscreen wiper and washer
  • Vehicle Structure Integrity
  • Any other items which can negatively affect the safety of the vehicle
Roadworthy certificate

Please Note that a Roadworthy Certificate does not represent the overall condition of the vehicle. Non-Essential items such as Air Conditioning, Audio Systems or non-safety related mechanical components may not be inspected if not required as part of the Roadworthy Inspection.