Heavy Vehicle Authorized Inspection Station (HVAIS)
Truckies Repairs & Spares carry out inspections on heavy vehicles including “brown slips”. These inspections are required to establish registration for heavy vehicles that are not registered in NSW, registration renewal or clear defect notices.
Heavy vehicles include:
• Heavy vehicles over 4.5 tonnes gross vehicle mass (GVM).
• Buses 2.5 tonnes tare weight and over.
• Licensed tow trucks.
• Vehicles fitted with power-operated brakes.
• Prime movers.
All inspection certificates are lodged electronically online so you can pay for and renew your heavy vehicle registration straight away.
Authorized RMS Heavy Vehicle Inspection Station (HVAIS)
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Heavy Vehicle Authorized Inspection Station Services
• RMS Licensed Blue Slip and Safety Check Station
• RMS Licensed Heavy Vehicle Inspection Station (HVAIS)
• Brake Roller Shaker
• Clear all heavy vehicle defects
• Onsite heavy vehicle spare parts
Truck Owners should ensure that their heavy vehicle is comprehensively serviced, maintained and roadworthy at all times.
• An RMS HVIS inspection is an examination by authorised Roads and Maritime Services’ vehicle inspectors which includes a mechanical and visual assessment. The inspection is covered by guidelines established for Authorised Inspection Stations (Heavy Vehicles) and the Road Transport (Vehicle Registration) Regulation 2007.
• The driver presenting the vehicle for inspection must be correctly licensed to drive that particular class of heavy vehicle.
• All brakes must operate correctly and must be free from leaks (ensure air reservoirs are drained and that drain valves can be readily operated).
• Tyres must have at least 1.5mm of tread and must be free of deep cuts.
• Steering and suspension components must be in good condition (check for worn bushes, bearings and joints).
• All required lights must operate.
• The portion of the windscreen directly in front of the driver must be free from cracks and scratches that inhibit vision.
• Windscreen wipers and washers must operate.
• The body and cab must be securely mounted and the structure of the vehicle must be in good condition.
• The exhaust must be secure and free from leaks.
• The vehicle should be unladen at the time of inspection.
• The vehicle must be clean (especially underneath) for inspection.
• With tilt-cab vehicles, ensure that the cab can be readily tilted for inspection of the engine bay.
• Accredited public passenger vehicles must have a certified fire extinguisher installed in the vehicle.
• If your vehicle is over dimensioned or over mass, it is your responsibility to ensure you travel on an approved route to the inspection site.