Vehicle Inspections:

by Andrew Automoto22. November 2013 12:01
A vehicle inspection is usually done before the purchase of a new vehicle to give the purchaser peace of mind that they are getting a vehicle that is up to standard with the Roadworthy laws, and that it won’t break down before you get it in your driveway.Vehicle inspections are also done, before you sell the vehicle, before you go on a long drive in the vehicle, or before the warranty on your new car expires![More]

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]

South Australia Roadworthy Laws

by Andrew Automoto22. November 2013 11:49
In South Australia privately owned vehicles do not need to be issued with a road worthy certificate, nor do vehicles transferring registration from another state or vehicle changing ownership. However there are a few circumstances where a vehicle will require an Inspection certificate and to be issued with a roadworthy. These circumstances are: [More]