Safety certificates are necessary to sell your car.
A Department and Transport & Main Roads Safety Certificate is required to sell or list you car for sale. An inspection by an Approved Inspection Station such as Coastbay is required before they can issue a Safety Certificate, to ensure that the vehicle brakes, tyres, steering and suspension, windscreens and windows, lights and emissions are compliant with the departments minimum requirements and that the vehicle is free from body rust or damage.
The great thing about getting Coastbay to inspect your vehicle, is that any necessary repairs can be carried out in-house and a Safety Certificate issued without the cost of another inspection.
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It’s a good idea to have any vehicle you’re considering buying checked by Coastbay to determine if there are components or systems that are worn or likely to fail in the medium term future. Things that are not considered unsafe in accordance with Safety Certificate requirements, but may otherwise cost big money to fix when they fail, can be detected and the price renegotiated or allow you to continue your service for a vehicle in good condition. If someone refuses to allow you to have us inspect their vehicle for sale, there’s a good chance somethings wrong with it.
Once we have checked the vehicle, we will provide a full report and can also give an indication of the cost to repair or replace any faulty or worn components.