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Frequently Asked Questions

What are the differences between Safety and Roadworthy Certificates?

They are basically one in the same. The term Roadworthy Certificate or RWC was dropped by Queensland Department of Transport and Main Roads in 1999 in favour of the term Safety Certificate.

How far do you travel?

We service Brisbane, Bayside, Western Suburbs, Brisbane South, Brisbane North, Ipswich and Logan.

How much does a Safety Certificate usually cost?

All services start from $100, however the actual cost will depend on distance (how far away you are), and other factors, such as whether your motorcycle requires minor repairs in order to obtain your Safety Certificate (Roadworthy Certificate or RWC).

What methods of payment do you accept?

We accept cheque, cash, EFTPOS and major credit card payments.

Do you offer bulk discounts?

Yes we do. If you have a group of two or more motorcycles, we are more than happy to negotiate a discount with you. Again, costs depend on how far away you are, and how much work is required, if any, to get your motorcycle to Safety Certificate (Roadworthy Certificate or RWC) standard.

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1800  BIKE  RWC

Approved Inspection Station 7284

Safety Certificate Inspection

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