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News 2017-06-06T08:45:21+00:00

What You Should Know About Vehicle Inspections

Vehicle inspections are required in the state of Queensland prior to selling your car, bike, trailer or caravan. You will need to work with an authorised workshop in order to ensure that your vehicle has the certificate it needs to be legally sold. A vehicle tester will check several parts of your vehicle, including the [...]

Vehicle Inspections are Necessary

Throughout Queensland, if you are considering selling a car, trailer, bike or caravan, you will need to ensure that it goes through a safety inspection. This is not only something that is a good idea, vehicle inspections on the Sunshine Coast are also mandatory. How mandatory are they? If you don't get one, you could [...]

Consider Pre-Purchase Vehicle Inspections

Have you been considering the purchase of a trailer, caravan, car or bike? If so, you should consider the benefits of getting pre-purchase vehicle inspections. Brisbane vehicle owners are required by law to get a safety certificate for their vehicle before placing it for sale, but this is not a comprehensive check. Though a safety [...]

Trailer Roadworthy Certificate in QLD

You may or may not know, but in QLD, if you are selling a trailer, you will need to ensure that you get a safety certificate. Also known by some as a trailer roadworthy certificate, this certificate will show potential buyers that your trailer is safe according to the requirements set forth by Queensland Transport. [...]

Is Your Trailer Roadworthy?

For many years now, the government of Queensland has required trailer owners to get a safety, sometimes called roadworthy, certificate before they can legally sell their vehicles. In order to determine if your trailer is roadworthy, Sunshine Coast workshops that have been authorised by Queensland Transport will need to inspect the vehicle. Here is some [...]

What Makes a Trailer Roadworthy in Brisbane?

If you are considering selling your trailer in or around Brisbane, you probably have heard that it needs to be roadworthy. The question is, what makes a trailer roadworthy in Brisbane? It's quite simple, really. Queensland Transport has made a list of requirements that when met, will indicate the roadworthiness of your trailer. By law, [...]