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According to the Queensland Government, the time a safety certificate is valid depends on the type of sale:
You can use the same safety certificate to register an unregistered vehicle and then transfer the registration, as long as you do this within the limits set out previously. You will need to get a new certificate every time you sell a vehicle, even if you sell it within the limits set out previously.
Keep in mind that a roadworthy certificate only serves as a snapshot of the vehicle's condition at the time of inspection. It does not guarantee that the vehicle will remain in roadworthy condition for the entire validity period.
To ensure that your vehicle passes the roadworthy inspection the first time, it's important to prepare beforehand. Keep reading to learn the simple steps you can take to increase the chances of obtaining a roadworthy certificate for your vehicle.
Regular servicing can help maintain your vehicle's condition and address potential issues before they become major problems. Ensure you follow the manufacturer's recommended service schedule.
Maintain a detailed logbook of your vehicle's maintenance and repair history. This can be helpful during the inspection process, as well as for potential buyers who may be interested in your vehicle's upkeep.
If you notice any issues with your vehicle, don't wait for the roadworthy inspection to address them. Taking care of problems as they arise can save you time and stress during the inspection process.
When it comes to obtaining a roadworthy certificate, it's essential to work with a trustworthy and experienced mechanic. At Bliss Mechanics, our team of skilled professionals is dedicated to providing you with an accurate and fair assessment of your vehicle.
By following these tips, you can increase your chances of passing your roadworthy inspection and obtaining the necessary certificate. Contact Bliss Mechanics for further advice or to book an inspection today.