RMS E-Safety Inspections
With the latest registration technology it’s incredibly easy for police to detect an unregistered vehicle. Making sure cars are roadworthy is a big part of the NSW registration system. It’s also about protecting the community and other road users – every vehicle must be registered to be covered by compulsory third party insurance. This insurance makes sure that everyone is covered for personal injury if someone is hurt in an accident.
Driving an unregistered vehicle is a serious offence that can have far-reaching and catastrophic consequences. So what is an E-safety check?
This is a safety inspection report that proves your car is roadworthy. All vehicles more than three years old require a safety inspection as a condition of registration renewal. Your registration renewal notice will advise you if your vehicle needs an inspection. To get the pink slip, you need to take your vehicle to an Authorised Inspection Station (AIS).
Once your vehicle has passed the pink slip it will be sent electronically to Service NSW so you are able to renew your registration online or over the phone making the process quick and easy.