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A roadworthy certificate gives you peace of mind

A Roadworthy Certificate states the vehicle is safe to operate and meets legislative requirements. It gives you peace of mind, reassuring potential buyers that the vehicle is in good condition to drive, without requiring additional work on the engine, body or safety features.

A roadworthy checklist includes

  • Your seats and restraints
  • All lighting and electrical components
  • Your car’s engine, drive line and emissions
  • Windscreens, glazing, safety glass and wiper components
  • Wheels and tires
  • The body, chassis and frame (including the doors and moving parts)
  • Towing couplings, connectors and devices
  • Steering and suspension
  • Brake linings, pedals and components
  • Safety features and passenger components

Before you sell a vehicle

All vehicles require regular servicing, before you sell your car make sure it’s in good working order because you can bet potential buys will want to carry out a vehicle inspection. So, make sure you check for flat tyres, malfunctioning brake lights, a worn-out transmission or cracks in the windscreen. Any issues can significantly reduce the sale price.

Does your vehicle require a Safety Certificate? Our licensed mechanics at Prorepair Auto Care Centre are trusted to perform countless vehicle safety inspections every week. Whether you’re buying or selling a vehicle, you can rely on us to carry out a througher inspection and ensure the car is safe to drive.

If our mechanics identify any problems with the engine or parts that don’t meet standard, we can repair or replace them in a timely manner.

Want to now more? Call our friendly team at Prorepair Auto Care Centre, Arden Street, North Melbourne on 03 9326 5795 and we’d be happy to answer your questions and organise a vehicle safety inspection.

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