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    Checklist and information on the requirements for converting a suitable vehicle into a Motorhome or Campervan.
  2. Authorised Safety Check Inspection Scheme Safety Check – light vehicle Safety Check $42 – motorcycle Safety Check $23 – trailer no brakes Safety Check $21 – trailer with brakes Safety Check $33 – partial inspection Defect Clearance $23 – full inspection Defect Clearance $44 – light vehicle Safety Check Gas Inspection $58 To find out the cost of all services click on this link AIS Fees
  3. Click here find an inspection station
  4. An eSafety (or pink slip) inspection report verifies your vehicle is safe and ready for the road. Most light vehicles more than 5 years old will require an eSafety check before they can be registered in NSW. Your registration renewal papers will state whether or not you need an inspection. When your vehicle passes the eSafety check, your mechanic will send the report to Transport for NSW electronically. If the vehicle fails, you'll be issued with a Repairs Needed report, and you have 14 days to have the work done. After 14 days, the report expires and you'll have to pay for a new eSa
  5. Authorised Unregistered Vehicle Inspection Scheme Safety Check, Identity Check – light vehicle $66 Safety Check, Identity Check – motorcycle $41 Safety Check, Identity Check – trailer no brakes $34 Safety Check, Identity Check – trailer with brakes $48 Written-off Vehicle – declared by customer $18 Written-off Vehicle – referred by registry $38 Design Check – without Compliance Certificate $31 Design Check – with Compliance Certificate $47 Adjustment of Records $31 Imported light vehicles – Low volume, Personal and Registered Automotive Worksho
  6. In 2011 the Road Transport (Vehicle Registration) Amendment (Certification of Vehicles) Regulation 2011 abolished the Engineering Certification Scheme (ECS). The scheme was replaced with the Vehicle Safety Compliance Certification Scheme (VSCCS) to move a paper based system online and reduce the incidence of fraud and under insurance amongst certifiers. The regulation came into effect on 2 December 2011 and from that time, ECS certificates were no longer valid. To allow existing ECS certificates to continue to be recognised a transitional provision – Clause 76AP was include
  7. Transport NSW and authorized examiners are facilitating a mobile option for registration renewal The fee’s for the inspection are the same as any inspection but a service call out fee is also charged depending on location of the vehicle, because although the inspection can be done at any suitable location the vehicle needs to be taken to a pre-approved brake test site for the brake test, This is except for trailers and bikes. If the site is unacceptable the vehicle must be moved, if the vehicle fails the inspection you have 14 days to have the repairs done and a second inspection wil
  8. An Authorised Unregistered Vehicle Inspection report (blue slip) verifies that an unregistered vehicle is safe, and it meets design and identity standards. All unregistered light vehicles need a blue slip inspection before they can be registered in NSW. This includes vehicles: whose registration has expired more than 3 months ago that have been brought into NSW from interstate or overseas that have no number plates that were written-off, but have now been approved for re-registration that require adjustments in their registration records because something about th
  9. Click here find an inspection station
  10. Weighbridges determine the mass of a vehicle, including prime movers and connected trailers. They are used to weigh goods such as farm produce, agricultural products, scrap metal and landscape materials weighing over 3 tonnes. A public weighing is recorded on a measurement ticket that must state the license number starting with a PWXXXX and that it is licensed by the National Measurement Act 1960. The mass listed on the measurement ticket can include: gross mass, the mass of the vehicle including the load tare mass, the mass of the vehicle prior to being loaded ne
  11. Oil Leaks Oil leaks can come from many different places and can start out as stains on the driveway and end up as the vehicle catching on fire, having the engine bay cleaned can help locate oil leaks Exhaust & Mufflers The exhaust systems job is to allow poisonous gasses to exit the vehicle behind any windows or doors and to do this at a exceptive noise level, leaks and damage need to be repaired before the vehicle can be passed Brakes & Hand Brake The brakes and park brake will be tested at the inspection if there is any problems get them fixed b
  12. MPS Examiner List RMS page of all Examiners that can do Mobile Registration's LOCATE EXAMINER Loads a Google Map of all Examiners that can do Mobile Registration's Find a VSCCS or VSCCS J&P licensed certifier RMS page of all VSCCS or VSCCS J&P licensed certifier Find an Pink or Blue slip inspection station RMS page of all inspection station AIS Online AIS online allows e-Safety Check Inspection Stations to lodge vehicle safety inspections electronically Service NSW Android App The offi
  13. How to signup to the website and fill out the VSCCS assessment application form
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