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ROAD SAFETY (VEHICLES) REGULATIONS 2009 - REG 227

Issue of certificates of roadworthiness

    (1)     A certificate of roadworthiness     may only be issued by—

        (a)     a licensed tester; or

Reg. 227(1)(b) amended by S.R. No. 172/2019 reg. 9(Sch. 5 item 142).

        (b)     a person employed or authorised by a licensed tester to issue a certificate of roadworthiness on behalf of the licensed tester and recorded as such by the Secretary.

Reg. 227(2) substituted by S.R. No. 46/2020 reg. 17(1).

    (2)     A certificate has no effect if—

        (a)     it is not in the approved form; or

        (b)     it is not completed by the licensed tester or a person employed or authorised by the licensed tester; or

        (c)     any item in the certificate has been altered.

Reg. 227(3) amended by S.R. No. 46/2020 reg. 17(2).

    (3)     A licensed tester or person referred to in subregulation (1) must not issue a certificate of roadworthiness for a vehicle unless—

        (a)     an examination and test of the vehicle has been made on that day and as required by this Chapter; and

        (b)     the relevant details of the vehicle have been entered on the certificate as required by regulation 223.

Penalty:     5 penalty units.

    (4)     A licensed tester or a person employed or authorised by a licensed tester must not issue a certificate of roadworthiness for a vehicle unless an examination and test of the vehicle discloses no cause for rejection.

Penalty:     5 penalty units.



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