$87 Is Too Much For Not Getting The Roadworthy Certificate


We have many happy customers day in, day out, however we get the odd remark here and there such as the above statement, which leaves us baffled, stunned, flabbergasted, stupefied, dumbfounded....we could go ON AND ON with listing such words to illustrate the way we feel.

$87 Is Too Much For Not Getting The Roadworthy Certificate


Paying $87 for the initial inspection IS paying for the RWC certificate. Customers need to pay that amount anyway - or for different types of vehicles and outer regions the price can vary a little bit. If there is a failed inspection the customer does not pay for another one after the repairs are made, only a call-out fee or it can also be free of charge. 

The certificate cannot be issued until the vehicle is ROADWORTHY. This is exactly why it is called a ROADWORTHY CERTIFICATE. The task of inspecting the vehicle is carried out by the technician, so the customer is paying for that service and for the subsequent certificate which will be issued later. 

Now we feel relieved, glad, and content that we were able to clear this up. 



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