Northern Territory Roadworthy laws

by Andrew Automoto22. November 2013 11:57
The Northern Territory have a simple rule. If your vehicle is under 3 years old and under 4.5 tonnes, before it is registered, renewed or transferred from interstate, it must be inspected and issued with a compliance certificate by an authorised vehicle examiner at the MVR (Motor Vehicle Registry), this is a free inspection. It will then be issued with a registration, if the inspection on the vehicle is passed.[More]

Western Australian Roadworthy laws

by Andrew Automoto22. November 2013 11:51
In Western Australia a roadworthy is not required for private vehicles, however you will need a compliance notice, if you have repaired or built a vehicle from scratch, bringing the vehicle in from overseas, or if you are issued with a compliance notice, or a “Yellow sticker”. [More]

Queensland Safety Certifcates

by Andrew Automoto22. November 2013 11:42
In Queensland the laws are very strict about Safety Certificates (roadworthy) on vehicles that are up for sale, or that are being re-registered for the first time or from interstate.In Queensland if you are planning on selling your vehicle you need to display a safety certificate on a clearly visible part of the vehicle, from the moment it goes on sale, either on the internet, in the paper, in your front yard or if you’re driving it around with a “For Sale” sign, it must display the safety certificate.If you have a vehicle registered in another state or that has been un-registered for more than 3 months or are registering the vehicle for the first time they will all need to pass a safety inspection and receive a safety certificate before they can be registered.[More]