Selling or buying a car?
You need a VIA roadworthy!

Motorcycle Scooter
from $79

Car Van Ute SUV
from $79


Inspections are all we do, no repairs!

Because VIA only inspects your vehicle, you can be confident no “extra” repairs will be required.

VIA specialises in roadworthy inspections. Our roadworthy inspection facility is designed for efficiency, so no long waits or delays.

Up to 30 days for repairs

Unlike traditional workshops that charge another full roadworthy re-inspection fee after 7 days, we understand your life is busy. If a fault is found during inspection, we give you a full 30 days to fix the item and have the vehicle re-inspected.

Within 7 daysFREEWe check that the defects found in the intial insepction have been fixed.
After 7 days but within 30 days$79We fully re-inspect your vehicle just like we did for the intial inspection.

Roadworthy Certificates

In Victoria a Roadworthy Certificate is generally required when a vehicle is sold or if a used vehicle is to be re-registered. This helps minimise the number of poorly maintained vehicles on the road. For more information please visit the VicRoads website or visit our FAQ section.

Convenience, simplicity and transparency

Express inspections usually only take up to 60 minutes, so sit back and relax with a complimentary coffee in our customer lounge.

VIA staff members are trained and experienced vehicle experts. The inspection process will be fully transparent, and any faults found will be thoroughly explained in plain language with reference to relevant VicRoads regulations.




To qualify for the $1 roadworthy certificate deal, a pre-purchase inspection and roadworthy certificate inspection need to be booked together for the same vehicle at the same inspection time. $1 roadworthy certificate inspection is not transferable to another vehicle or customer. Limit of one (1) $1 roadworthy certificate inspection deal per customer per day. Deal is not valid for business or commercial customers; private retail customers only. VIA reserves the right to withdraw the offer from customers deemed by VIA (at VIA’s sole discretion) to be taking unfair advantage or not using the deal for its original intended purpose.