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What if my vehicle fails a Safety Inspection?

 

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If your vehicle is deemed un-roadworthy by an inspector and fails the first inspection, you will be issued a repair notice which will grant you 14 days from the date of the first inspection to complete any necessary repairs.

You will not be charged the full inspection price again! Only a small mobile fee of up to $30 will be payable upon the second inspection, depending on your location.

If the necessary repair takes longer than expected, taking the re-inspection of your vehicle over the 14 day deadline, please contact us to notify and we can arrange a new certificate at discounted price.


 

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What if I cannot be present at the time of an inspection?

 

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If you are unable to make it to the inspection appointment, just remember that we can also do the inspection at your work on the Gold Coast. 

You may also leave the keys at a disclosed location to allow us access to the vehicle, and complete the payment beforehand over the phone with one of our friendly staff members.

In the case pre-purchase inspection we would require you to get in touch with the seller before you book your appointment. Whether you are booking online or over the phone we require contact detail (eg. e-mail, phone number) for both parties in the sale.


 

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What do you look for during a safety inspection?

 

Answer

The following link details the items we look for during a safety inspection:

https://www.tmr.qld.gov.au/Safety/Vehicle-standards-and-modifications/Vehicle-modifications/Vehicle-Inspection-Guidelines

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1. What is safety inspection (Roadworthy or RWC) and when is it required?

 

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Click HERE to find out

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