It would be easy to assume that if a vehicle belongs to you, you can keep it in any condition you see fit. However, if you’re going to drive that vehicle on public roads near Brisbane, then you’ll have to consider other factors as well. Queensland has very particular rules that govern which vehicles may be legally operated on public motorways, and your vehicle will need to meet or exceed certain standards before you can start driving it. Passing a mobile roadworthy inspection in Brisbane certifies that your vehicle has met these standards and can put your mind at ease about the safety of the vehicle you’re operating.
Why Mobile? How Roadworthy Inspections in Brisbane and Brisbane North Can be Easier on Drivers
Choosing a mobile roadworthy testing service in Brisbane North or Brisbane makes the process easier on you by solving the problem of how to transport a vehicle that is not yet certified. Since roadworthy tests must be carried out whenever a vehicle is sold, new buyers can’t simply drive their cars or trucks to participating companies — and even if they could, there’s always the chance that the vehicle would not pass inspection, leaving the buyers with vehicles unusable in their present condition. Mobile roadworthy inspections overcome this challenge by coming straight to your location and performing your inspection on the spot. When you trust the inspectors at Miss Roadworthy, we’ll perform a diligent check of the vehicle in question and cover all the necessary areas, including:
- Both tyres and the wheels themselves
- Suspension systems, steering components, and brakes (pads and rotors)
- Seatbelts and seats
- Headlights, taillights, and reflectors
- Front and rear windscreens, along with washers and wipers
- The structure or body of the vehicle itself
- Additional safety features pertaining to the chassis and engine of the vehicle
Know What a Roadworthy Certificate Means (and What It Doesn’t)
It’s critical to understand that a vehicle certified to be roadworthy is not necessarily in perfect condition. Roadworthy inspections are intended to verify that a given vehicle is safe to operate — they do not guarantee that the vehicle is a smart purchase or lend other forms of credibility to the buyer automatically. Roadworthy certificates also should not be taken as guarantees that a vehicle meets the Australian Design Rules, or that it will continue to maintain its condition after the inspection has taken place. Still, they are necessary for determining that a vehicle is safe to operate when purchased or re-registered.
Miss Roadworthy has been operating for nearly two decades, and we take our inspections process seriously to ensure clear, unambiguous results for our clients. For more information on our convenient and affordable service, contact us as soon as possible and speak to someone on our team who can provide you with more information. We make it easy to have a vehicle inspected by professionals who know what they’re doing, so that you can sell your car or re-register it with confidence.