Trailer Roadworthies

Belco performs trailer roadworthies to aid you in selling your trailer or for registration transfer purposes. We are a fully accredited Safety Certificate inspection centre, as approved by the Department of Transport and Main Roads.

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Trailer Safety Certificates

All trailer safety certificate checks are performed to Belco’s renowned standards, and any work required to get your trailer roadworthy can be performed in our world-class mechanical workshop.

Your Safety Certificate Inspector will check for damage, wear and compliance throughout your trailer, including:

  • Tyre condition
  • Brakes and suspension
  • Body rust or damage
  • Lights and electrics
  • Couplings and towbars
  • Compliance with Australian Design Rules (ADR)
  • Manufacturer’s plate attached

Please Note: If your trailer is not built to Australian quality standards, it will not pass the roadworthy inspection.

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Additional Trailer Roadworthy Information

  • You must obtain and display a Safety Certificate on any registered trailer or caravan between 0.75-3.5 tonnes Aggregate Trailer Mass (ATM).
  • Safety Certificates must be current, and can only be used within 2 months of issue when transferring ownership of the trailer or caravan.
  • You can download a Vehicle Registration Transfer Application form here: Transport and Main Roads corporate forms
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