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COI

Certificates of Inspection

Queensland’s Certificate of Inspection (COI) scheme is a periodic or programmed inspection scheme for trucks, heavy trailers, and public passenger transport vehicles (such as buses or taxis).

Owners of registered COI vehicles must have a current COI at all times.

You will need to know the purpose of use and the Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) or Aggregate Trailer Mass (ATM) to work out the COI requirements for your vehicle. For buses, you will also need to know the registered seating capacity. The purpose of use listed on a vehicle’s registration describes how it is allowed to be used.
Need more information on Certificate of Inspection? Click on the following Transport and Main Roads LINK:

We can provide a COI certificate for the following:

- Heavy Trucks over 4.5t GVM up to and including 16t GVM

- Heavy Motor-homes over 4.5t GVM up to and including 16t GVM

- Heavy Trailers over 3.5t ATM up to and including 10t ATM

- Heavy Caravans over 3.5t ATM up to and including 10t ATM

Please note this list is not comprehensive. If you have a special vehicle of some kind, which does not fall into any of these category types, please contact us to see if we can help.
Need more information on Certificate of Inspection? Click on the following Transport and Main Roads LINK:

 https://www.qld.gov.au/transport/buying/vehicleinspection/periodicinspection/vehicletypes

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

 

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