The RWC is designed to ensure that the vehicle is safe to drive on the
road—not just for the driver but also for the passengers, as well as other drivers.
The components that are checked include:
A roadworthy inspection focuses exclusively on
the checklist above. Having satisfied the conditions that are implied in this
checklist, an RWC is issued to say that the vehicle is properly equipped to be
operated safely. But an RWC does not include:
- Any appraisal of the vehicle’s
- Whether the vehicle complies
with all NSW registration requirements
- Verification of the working
condition of all car accessories
- That items checked during
the roadworthy inspection will not fail afterwards. An RWC is no guarantee of future
performance but is an accurate assessment for the time of inspection.
If you’d like a more thorough and comprehensive vehicle inspection that would include aspects that are beyond just the safety components, please don’t hesitate to call us