If you want to get a roadworthy certificate and don’t know how to go about it, Gunceler Motors has you covered. At Gunceler Motors, we assist you in obtaining a roadworthy certificate (or RWC), which certifies that your vehicle is safe to drive on public roads and highways.
It is critical to complete the registration procedure and clear any fault notices. Our skilled staff performs a thorough inspection of your vehicle, covering all major components and ensuring that it is roadworthy. The inspection involves a visual examination of the vehicle's wheels, tyres, steering, suspension, brakes, seats, window screens, and other safety-related components. If you need a thorough examination of the car's general condition and dependability, you should arrange for a separate independent car inspection. We are a qualified car tester who does excellent roadworthy checks to guarantee that your car meets quality requirements, which will result in you receiving your certificate.
Why Do You Need a Roadworthy Certificate?
A certificate of roadworthiness is one of the most significant factors to consider when selling a car. In Melbourne, a roadworthy certificate (or RWC) is required if you are selling your automobile, transferring ownership, re-registering a vehicle, or transferring your registration to another state. This serves as verification that your registered car is safe to operate on public roads.
When selling a car in Victoria, a roadworthy certificate is necessary. Unless the buyer is a spouse or a motor vehicle trader, the car's owner must give a current roadworthy certificate to the buyer. However, it is important to note that the car roadworthy test does not examine the mechanical dependability or general condition of a vehicle. If your car requires a thorough inspection, you should arrange for an impartial report, such as those provided by the RACV, numerous Licensed Motor Car Traders (LMCTs), and other workshops.