Roadworthy Certificates are required during the registration renewal of a vehicle or when a vehicle is sold to another owner. This certifies that the vehicle has passed a standard safety inspection, covering operations such as braking, steering, suspension, body rust, indicator lights and tyres.
Planning to sell?
You must have a Roadworthy Certificate for specific areas like windows or windscreens. These Roadworthy Certificates are valid from the date of issue for a period of 2 months or 2,000 km whichever comes first.