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VIC Vicroads inspection for rego

Discussion in 'Politics, Laws, Government & Insurance' started by dusAn, Jun 15, 2011.

  1. Just wondering if anyone has experienced or gone through the vicroads pits check? Bikes perfectly roadworthy just wondering what the process is?


  2. If it has been registered recently (but more than 3 months ago) they just check the VIN & engine numbers match, that's it. The RWC covers the rest.

    If you're talking about a VIV, it's a lot more in depth, haven't done one of those though.
  3. When you have the RWCertificate, ring Vicroads and book it in for an inspection. (Wrong info deleted)
    The inspector will check the vin and eng number and whatever else he feels like on the day. A fresh Valid rwc not a dodgy from a shonk and you should be right.
  4. you don't need a permit if you're riding to a vicroads office for a reg inspection...

    when you make the booking, confirm this... You must take the shortest, most direct route there though..

    If you need a RWC you need a permit if you ride to there...

    You can't get a permit to ride to a VIV, if you ride it to a viv inspection site, it will get noted and Vicroads are informed.
  5. My apologies, you are correct regarding the rego inspection, the correct brain cell didnt fire.