'I don’t want to waste my money for a failed inspection'


There are many things someone can “waste” their money on, but getting a mobile roadworthy inspection done before it’s actually needed is definitely NOT one of those. You need one anyway, so you may as well get it before you need it, just in case you are left with a failed inspection certificate. That will in fact waste your TIME, or cost you an ideal buyer.

'I don’t want to waste my money for a failed inspection'

If you get a failed certificate, you get a CLEAR picture of your vehicle’s roadworthy condition AND it’s not money out the window because you are still going to get the roadworthy with a 10-minute re-inspection. 

Selling a car with a valid roadworthy also means that you can rest easy at night, knowing that you have done your share to make sure that other people stay safe on the roads by driving roadworthy vehicles. 

If you are just transferring your car over from an other state, then it’s YOUR safety, your life.

And you CAN’T put a price on someone’s life, or on the awesome feeling of peace of mind for that matter. 



What is a Safety Certificate (RWC) and when is it required?



You must obtain a Safety Certificate before offering a registered vehicle for sale or disposing of a registered vehicle, other than to a dealer. CLICK for MORE.