Roadworthy certificates are something that we recognise when it's time
to buy or sell a car, but have you ever stopped to think, is the car
that you drive on an every day basis in a roadworthy condition?
Is my vehicle roadworthy?
A roadworthy vehicle needs to suitably operate, meeting acceptable standards for safe driving and transporting people. The key words are "safe driving".
The roadworthiness scheme in Victoria aims to improve road safety for everyone, as well as minimize the damage caused by vehicles to roads and related structures. The scheme requires vehicle owners to get a roadworthy certificate before the vehicle can be sold or reregistered when the original registration expires. But, if your car is still registered, and it is not being sold, are you sure it's still safe - if you haven't had to get a roadworthy certificate?
At Marshall Automotive, we can provide you with a 65 point Vehicle Inspection Report which is designed to identify any issues on your vehicle that might potentially become a safety issue. If you would like to organise a 65 Point Vehicle Inspection on your vehicle for your peace of mind, please call us today or book your next car service online.
Giving an estimate for a roadworthy certificate without knowing more about the vehicle is difficult and can be inaccurate, and it is best that you speak with us directly or simply give the particulars via our handy contact form so we can get back to you with a more informed assessment on how much a roadworthy will cost for your car.
Some roadworthy inspection centres might quote you a suspiciously low price to get you in the door. Some service centres aren't taking all the factors into consideration and there have been many reports of the price suddenly changing after you've booked your car in for that cheap roadworthy, or they might persist in suggesting those un-needed extras. For an honest price, call Marshall Automotive today!