What is a safety certificate?

What is a safety certificate?

WHAT IS A SAFETY CERTIFICATE OR A ROAD WORTHY?

We are Queensland Government approved to check and write out Safety Certificates for our clients.

In Queensland, a roadworthy inspection is called a ‘Safety Certificate’. They used to be called a Roadworthy Certificate or a Blue Slip, due to the piece of paper being blue.

Over the last year, the QLD government have been slowly phasing out hand-written safety certificates and introducing an electronic version.

A safety certificate is needed if you’re:

  • Selling a registered light vehicle
  • Transferring registration to a new owner
  • Transferring to a QLD registration from another state or territory
  • Re-registering an unregistered vehicle.
Vehicles that require safety certificates are the following;
  • Cars
  • Motorcycles
  • Trailers (including caravans) with an aggregate trailer mass (ATM) between 750kg and 3,500kg
  • Any other vehicles up to 4,500kg gross vehicle mass (GVM).
  • If you need a safety certificate for an unregistered vehicle, you can actually drive the vehicle unregistered to the appointment, under specific requirements.

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