A Certificate of Roadworthiness (a.k.a.’ Roadworthy’ or ‘RWC’), is a document that shows that a vehicle is safe enough to be driven on public roads.
In Victoria, a current Certificate of Roadworthiness is generally required whenever a vehicle is to be sold, provided by the seller to the buyer. A Certificate of Roadworthiness is also required to re-register an unregistered vehicle, or to clear a defect notice.
A roadworthy inspection includes:
- wheels and tyres
- steering, suspensions and
- braking systems
- seats and seatbelts
- lights and reflectors
windscreen, and windows including front wipers and washers
- vehicle structure
- other safety related items on the body, chassis or engine.
Standard Vehicles and SUV
Any 4WD SUV
LPG Vehicles (All)