Our Services

cars

  • Roadworthy and safety certificates for all light & commercial cars
  • For registration
  • Transfer of registration between owners or interstate to Queensland.

trucks

  • Certificate of inspection for registration
  • Transfer of registration & yearly inspectable vehicles.
  • Includes all trucks buses & mobile homes up to 16t

trailers

  • Roadworthy & safety certificates for all trailers from 750kg to 10,000kg Atm
  • Including caravans, car trailers, pantec, horse floats & goosenecks

motor bikes

  • Roadworthy & safety certificates for all motor bikes and scooters

light vehicle

  • Approved modification examiner for light vehicle – ( Lk1, Lk6, seating. Lk8 roll bars )
  • La1, La3, engine. Lm1 fuel tanks
  • Heavy vehicle K1 seating

who we are

The business is owned and operated by Brett Foord whom is a highly experienced motor mechanic and approved vehicle inspector who has been operating in Townsville for over 30 years.

Due to us not being aligned to a mechanical workshop we can offer an independent & non-biased safety inspection.

We make it simple by offering a mobile service with most bookings carried out on the same day. We come to your home or workplace- saving permits and towing fees. This service also eliminates the possible risk of driving an unsafe vehicle.

FAQ's

Q

What's the difference between a roadworthy and safety certificates ?

They are the same with roadworthy being the old term used.

Q

What's the difference between a safety certificate and certificate of inspection ?

Safety certificates are for light vehicles and certificate of inspection Are for heavy trailers over 3500kg & trucks over 4500kg.

Q

When is a safety certificate or certificate of inspection required ?

To register an un-registered vehicle, transfer ownership between owners, interstate transfer to Queensland. Trucks over 4500kg also require an annual certificate.

Q

Can an unregistered vehicle be driven to the department of transport to register ?

Yes once you have been issued a certificate you require ctp insurance and a completed application to register form, the vehicle can then be driven directly to the transport department

Q

What is a HVRAS ( heavy vehicle registration assessment scheme ) and when is it required ?

All unregistered heavy trailers over 750kg and trucks over 4500kg require a HVRAS certificate before registration.

Happy Clients

  • What a wonderful business! I would definitely recommend to all my friends and family

    Daniel Sasha

  • What a wonderful business! I would definitely recommend to all my friends and family

    Daniel Sasha

  • What a wonderful business! I would definitely recommend to all my friends and family

    Daniel Sasha

Why Choose Us?

  • Safety Certificates (RWC's)- Cars, Trailers & Motorbikes
  • Certificates of Inspection (COI's)- Trucks & Heavy Trailers
  • HVRAS Inspections & Measures- Trucks &Trailers
  • Modification Approvals
  • Pre-purchase Inspections

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The Disclamier :- Townsville Mobile Roadworthies are very honest and reliable, we are not aligned with any mechanical workshops so we can offer a truly independent and unbiased inspection. We offer a service that comes to your home or work place at your convenience.

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