A roadworthy inspection is a check of your vehicle to ensure that key components are not excessively worn or deteriorated, and that your car is safe for use. It mainly covers the major safety-related parts of your car, and is not a check of your car's overall mechanical reliability or general condition.
Governor Automotive is a VicRoads Licensed Vehicle Tester, licensed to perform roadworthy inspections and issue roadworthy certificates for light vehicles, including passenger cars, 4WDs, commercial vehicles, light trucks and vehicles fitted with LPG.
A Governor Automotive roadworthy inspection covers:
- Wheels and tyres
- Steering, suspension and braking systems
- Seats and seat belts
- Lamps and reflectors
- Windscreens and windows, including windscreen wipers and washers
- The overall structure of the vehicle
- Other safety-related items on the body, chassis or engine
For more information about roadworthy certificates head over to the VicRoads website.