I bought a damaged Z1000 about 2 years ago & had a VIV Inspection to prove the repairs were legitimate (no stolen parts) and the standard of repair was satisfactory. The bike passed with flying colours. Some 2 weeks ago, I sold my bike to a mate in Adelaide who had planned to simply have the rego transferred to SA plates. As the WOVR (Written Off Vehicle Register) is a national register, the SA Licensing Centre can see that the bike was once a repairable write-off. I supplied the new owner with ALL the VIV documentation from when it passed in Victoria but SA require him to pay the $800+ for another VIV inspection. To quote one of the SA Inspectors "That Vic VIV Is not worth the piece of paper it's written on!" If it has been proven that the bike has not used stolen parts & it has been repaired to a high standard, why are they cashing in on another report? For a national WOVR database, it's p1ss poor that it's not backed up, nationally. Another poorly thought-out revenue raising scheme by our Govenrnment. /rant. Daz.