UMR Engines Roadworthy Safety inspections certificated Slacks Creek Brisbane
In Queensland only approved service centres or mobile workshops can carry out RWC Inspections. The RWC inspection is required when selling a registered motor vehicle. If the vehicle is a LPG fuelled vehicle it will also require a LPG safety certificate along with a RWC to complete re- Registration or transfer. information below taken from http://www.tmr.qld.gov.au/registration/buying-or-selling-a- used-vehicle/safety-certificates.aspx What is a safety certificate?A safety certificate or RWC is issued after a vehicle passes a minimum safety standard inspection. A safety certificate covers basic things that could affect the safe operation of the vehicle, such as: Tyres Brakes Steering Suspension Body Rust or Damage The safety certificate offers buyers better protection and makes sure vehicles being offered for disposal or being re-registered are safe – reducing the likelihood of crashes caused by defective vehicles. Note: A safety certificate inspection is not a comprehensive mechanical inspection of a vehicle. Before you purchase a used vehicle, we recommend you contact a motoring group such as the RACQ, for a full mechanical inspection of the vehicle. How long are safety certificates current for? The time a safety certificate is valid for varies depending 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. The same safety certificate can be used to register an unregistered vehicle and to transfer the registration of that vehicle, provided it is within the limits set out above. A new safety certificate is needed each time you sell the vehicle even if it is within the limits above. A single safety certificate cannot be used for 2 transfers.
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(RWC) Roadworthy Certificate

Roadworthy Repairs Slacks Creek Brisbane , UMR Engines can carry out your roadworthy &

safety inspections on 2wd, front wheel drive (FWD), all wheel drive & 4WD Vehicles

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UMR Engines qualified technicians can carry out RWC Roadworthy inspections on all types of motor vehicles. UMR Engines specialises in vehicle safety certificates on Holden, Ford, Nissan, Subaru, Mazda, Toyota, Mitsubishi, Suzuki, Honda, Hyundai & more. Roadworthy inspections are mainly used for vehicle purchasing or when you are selling the vehicle, The down side of this is your vehicle is not required by law in Queensland to have your safety certificate unless you are selling or purchasing, which can result in vehicles unsafe and dangerous on our roads, UMR recommends your vehicle has regular services and vehicle inspections to ensure its safe and reliable. To many times we see vehicles come into our shop that have not been serviced or maintained on regular basis and are potentially dangerous which could result in fatality.  UMR Engines can inspect your vehicles brakes, steering & suspension to ensure your vehicle is safe and reliable. UMR Engines is located at 7 Moss Street Slacks Creek.
Queensland Transport Authorised to approve LA1,LA3,LB1,LD1-2,LK1,LK6 Modification’s to light vehicles LPG Approved Workshop RWC Licence RACQ Approved Automotive Repairer
	Tyres 	Brakes 	Steering 	Suspension 	Body Rust or Damage 	Fuel System 	Windscreen 	Lights 	Oil Leaks 	Exhaust

(RWC) Roadworthy Certificate

7 Moss Street, Slacks Creek, Qld 4127
UMR Engines qualified technicians can carry out RWC Roadworthy inspections on all types of motor vehicles. UMR Engines specialises in vehicle safety certificates on Holden, Ford, Nissan, Subaru, Mazda, Toyota, Mitsubishi, Suzuki, Honda, Hyundai & more. Roadworthy inspections are mainly used for vehicle purchasing or when you are selling the vehicle, The down side of this is your vehicle is not required by law in Queensland to have your safety certificate unless you are selling or purchasing, which can result in vehicles unsafe and dangerous on our roads, UMR recommends your vehicle has regular services and vehicle inspections to ensure its safe and reliable. To many times we see vehicles come into our shop that have not been serviced or maintained on regular basis and are potentially dangerous which could result in fatality.  UMR Engines can inspect your vehicles brakes, steering & suspension to ensure your vehicle is safe and reliable. UMR Engines is located at 7 Moss Street Slacks Creek.