Local safety company, East Coast Mobile Safety Certificate, provide a same day service for anyone selling a motorcycle in the Brisbane/Gold Coast area. An important part of this service is providing an online facility to process the safety certificate. Head over to their website to see the full article:
In this busy world it is nice to know that getting a Safety Certificate (formally known as a Roadworthy Certificate) for a motorcycle is now just an email or phone call away, you don’t even have to take the bike anywhere, East Coast come to you to examine your bike and complete the Safety Certificate.
If the motorcycle is found to have a defect and doesn’t pass inspection, Queensland Transport allows 14 days for the defect to be repaired, from the first inspection date. When the repairs are completed then East Coast will come and do a second inspection and provided all repairs are compliant with the Code Of Practice then the Safety Certificate will be issued.
The CEO of East Coast Mr Grant McGregor assured us that all of their motorcycle examiners hold a current motorcycle license and all necessary insurances to allow them to provide their clients with the best service possible.
According to Queensland Transport, when selling a motorcycle, you are required to display a Safety Certificate / Roadworthy Certificate in a conspicuous place and for motorcycles it’s either on the forks or front guard.
Sellers should always be aware of the time-frames for Safety Certificates. For private motorcycle sellers, Queensland Transport Safety Certificates / Roadworthy Certificates are valid for two months or 2000 kilometers, whichever comes first. For a dealer, the time frame is 1000 kilometers or 3 months, whichever comes first.
New motorcycle riders in particular, should take advantage of all available information to keep them safe on the roads, it is not just about the road worthiness of your motorcycle or scooter, but it is also about what you wear to protect yourself in all conditions and on all types of roads, a useful document is one put together by infrastructure.gov.au it is called The Good Gear Guide.
Anyone looking for further information about all matters relating to Mobile Servicing of any kind plus Roadworthy or Safety Certificate can easily browse over to East Coast main website https://www.safetycertificates.com.au.
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