Roadworthy Certificates NSW Broken Hill Car Service
Broken Hill Roadworthy car service P&K Ruhs Automotive provides Roadworthy Inspections for your car.
Does my car need to be inspected?
You must have your vehicle inspected if:
• registration renewal notice tells you that an inspection is required
• you want to renew the registration on your vehicle that is more than 5 years old
• you want to register a light vehicle not currently registered in NSW
• you want to register a heavy vehicle
Answering 'Yes' to any of the points means your vehicle needs to be inspected.
How do I get a Roadworthy Certificate?
What is a Blue Slip? What is a Pink Slip?
The Pink Slip is Road Worthy Inspection you need to renew your registration or obtaining new registration in cases where the car has been unregistered for less than 90 days. The Pink Slip is also called an E-Safety Inspection and is valid for 42 days.
The Blue Slip is Road Worthy Inspection, Vehicle Identification check and Engine inspection you need for new registration if the car has been unregistered for more than 90 days, or if the car does not have NSW license plates (i.e. - bought interstate and will be used in NSW).
The Green Slip is Compulsory Third Person Insurance for the vehicle, renewed together with Rego.
The Rego is your car Registration, purchased for 6-12 months at various RMS outlets and renewable after expiration.
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