What happens during the RWC Inspection?


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Other than this checklist, there are two parts to a roadworthy certificate. The first inspection is conducted to detect any fault and suggest the need for repair or replacements if required. These mends are made to fit into the Roadworthy Certificate (RWC) standards. The second inspection happens in the next seven days of the given timeframe. The same inspector checks the vehicle to confirm that all the repair and replacement components mention in the first inspection match the desired standards. Once the car passes this stage, the owner receives the roadworthy certificate sunshine coast.


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