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Roadworthy Inspection

 Mobile Roadworthys / Car Safety Certificates

Price starting at $89.85 in workshop
Uber $91.45 in workshop
Mobile Prices $110.00 light vehicles 

$120.00 uber COI

Discount for multiple 

Are you in need of a mobile Safety certificate/ Roadworthy for your vehicle? A1 Roadworthys is here to help with our mobile qualified Inspectors at affordable rates.


A mobile Safety Certificate/ Roadworthy covers the safe operations of the vehicle

This includes:

  • Handbrake Test

  • Road Test

  • Engine and Drive lines

  • Wheel and Tyres

  • Body and Chassis

  • Lights and Electrical Components

  • Modifications

  • Brake Test

  • Exhaust Emissions

  • Brake Components

  • Steering and Suspension

  • Windscreen and Windows

  • Seats and Restrains

  • Identification

If the vehicle complies with Queensland Transport and Code of Practice standards, the Safety Certificate / Roadworthy will be issued on the spot by the Inspector.

Mobile Roadworthy FAQ's

What if I have an unregistered car?

If your car is unregistered no need to worry we come to you, A1 Roadworthys takes the stress out of selling or buying a vehicle. You get the guarantee of a qualified Safety Inspector at your door making sure your vehicle is up to safety standards with Queensland Transport.

Can I get a pre-purchased inspection?

Yes. We cover all light vehicles up to 4.5 ton on a light vehicle Safety Certificate/ Roadworthy. Buying, selling, registering or transferring ownership of your car. Then look no further A1 Roadworthys is here for you and your vehicle. It takes us just 45-50 minutes to complete the safety certificate/ roadworthy inspection with guarantee.

What happens if my vehicle fails the inspection?

If your vehicle fails the Safety Certificate/ Roadworthy inspection then you have 14 days from the date of inspection, to rectify the defects. Once the defects have been fixed within the 14 days call us and we will come and complete a second inspection. The Safety Certificate/ Roadworthys will be issued as long as all defects have been fixed and apply to the Code of Practice.

What happens after my car has passed the inspection?

If you are selling your vehicle, the completed Safety Certificate blue card copy must be displayed in the window if the vehicle is registered at time of sale. If you are transferring registration from Queensland registration to a different name, you will need to complete a Transfer of Vehicle Registration Form. If the vehicle is unregistered or in another State registration, then you will need to complete a Vehicle Registration Form. It is by law that if the vehicle is registered and being sold, that the seller must supply a Safety Certificate/ Roadworthy. A Safety Certificate/ Roadworthys is valid for 2 months or 2000kms (whichever comes first) when selling a vehicle privately. If a dealer is selling a vehicle then the Safety Certificate/ Roadworthy is valid for 3 months or 1000kms (whichever comes first). If the vehicle is unregistered then the seller is not required to provide a Safety Certificate/ Roadworthy.

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