Qld safety certificate...
In Queensland a roadworthy certificate is called a safety certificate. A safety certificate is needed when a registered light vehicle is offered for sale in Queensland. It confirms that a vehicle has passed a minimum safety standard inspection.
Vehicles included in this are:
•trailers (including caravans) with an aggregate trailer mass (ATV) of 0.751–3.50 tonnes (t)
•any other vehicles up to 4.50 tonnes gross vehicle mass (GVM). roadworthy certificate qld How long are safety certificates valid? The time a safety certificate is valid depends on who is selling the vehicle:
•licensed motor dealers, certificates are valid for 3 months or 1000km (whichever comes first) from the date of issue
•all other sellers, certificates are valid for 2 months or 2000km (whichever comes first) from the date of issue.
You can use the same safety certificate to register an unregistered vehicle and then transfer the registration, as long as you do this within the limits set out above. You will need to get a new safety certificate every time you sell a vehicle, even if you sell it within the limits set out above. A single safety certificate can be used for 1 transfer only.
Our roadworthy certificate qld mobile service We have a mobile safety vehicle inspection in order to issue a safety certificate. We cover Gold Coast Suburbs, such as Ashmore safety certificates, Benowa, Carrara, Nerang, Mudgeeraba Safety Certificates. Tugun, Coolangatta safety certificates, Broadbeach waters safety certificates, Robina safety certificates.
Getting a safety certificate
You must display a safety certificate on a registered light vehicle from the moment you offer it for sale, also when you: •list the vehicle forsale online.
•display that it is for sale in public place.
•drive the car with a sign in the window
•offering it for sale,
• including wording such as
• 'Buy me or interested? Ph 0400***999.