Your Certificate of Roadworthiness (CRW) is proof that your vehicle met a set of basic safety requirements on the day it passed its test. Only components that are visible and accessible can be assessed at the CVRT. A CRW cannot be regarded as a warranty as regards the condition of the vehicle. Therefore should you be considering purchasing a used vehicle, you should have it independently assessed by a qualified mechanic before purchase or else buy from an authorised dealer with a warranty. Visit the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission website for further information.
Your Certificate of Roadworthiness (CRW) has a detachable disc that you are legally obliged to display on your vehicle. The disc must be displayed on the windscreen of the vehicle or in the case of a goods trailer, as close as possible to the registration plate or where it can be easily inspected.
For an explanation of the CRW disc please see yourCertificate of Roadworthiness (CRW) Explained