Roadworthy Certificate (RWC) and Inspections
When you need to re-register your vehicle or sell it, you need to go to a licensed Vicroads Roadworthy tester to obtain a Certificate of Roadworthiness. This helps reduce the number of poor condition vehicles on the road, while ensuring people’s and your safety.
In some cases, a Certificate of Roadworthiness is also required to clear a Vehicle Defect Notice or a Notice of Unroadworthiness.
Because of the authority of RWC (Roadworthy Certificate), VicRoads only accept the Certificates of Roadworthiness issued by a licensed vehicle tester, operating from a licensed car services centre or workshop. Once the vehicle passes a roadworthy inspection in our workshop, the Roadworthy Certificate (RWC) is issued.
How long is my RWC Valid in Victoria?
A Roadworthy Certificate remains valid for 30 days after the date of issue. If any item fails to meet the standard, it must be repaired within 7 days or a complete inspection must again be carried out on the vehicle.
* If The Vehicle Passes with no repairs needed, a roadworthy certificate will be issued.
* If Your Vehicle Requires Work to be done to pass the RWC we will inform you before any work is carried out and a quote can be supplied for the repairs to be done.
Tyreforce is licensed to perform roadworthy inspection for issuing Roadworthy Certificate by VicRoads in Victoria.