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What type of safety check do I need?

New registrations or interstate vehicle registration transfers

  • Vehicle identity and safety check.
  • Valid for 28 days.
  • Attend an Authorised Unregistered Vehicle Inspection Station. 

All renewals of registration or transfer of registration within NSW

  • Vehicle safety check.
  • Valied for 42 days. 
  • Attend a light vehicle Authorised Safety Check Inspection Station (ASCIS).

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Authorised Safety Check Inspection Station (ASCIS)

  • Vehicle safety check (previously pink slip).
  • Vehicle design check for the clearance of defect notices (previously white slip).
  • Safety check report for renewing light vehicle registration. 

Authorised Unregistered Vehicle Inspection Station (AUVIS)

  • Vehicle safety check (previously pink slip)
  • Vehicle identity and safety check (previously blue slip).
  • Vehicle design check for clearance of defect notices (previously white slip).
  • Safety check reports for establishing and renewing light vehicle registration.

What is a safety check?

Safety checks are basic mechanical checks, targeting certain vehicle components that may cause a risk to vehicle occupants and other road users if they are not operating correctly or are excessively worn.

After your vehicle has passed the safety check, the station sends a report to the RTA electronically.

Examiners will check the following vehicle components during a safety check:

  • Vehicle identification (AUVIS only)
  • Brakes
  • Steering and suspension
  • Wheels and tyres
  • Body condition
  • Seats and seat belts
  • Lights and headlight aim
  • Engine / drive line
  • Exhaust system
  • Towing attachment
  • LPG system (accredited examiners only)
  • Number plates (obscured, faded, unauthorised)
  • No dangerous protrusions fitted (brackets for spotlight, fishing rod holders etc).

Who performs a safety check?

Only stations authorised by the RTA/RMS are able to perform a safety check. These include:


Authorised Safety Check Inspection Station (ASCIS)


Authorised Unregistered Vehicle Inspection Station (AUVIS)


Heavy Vehicle Authorised Inspection Station (HVAIS)


Which vehicles need to be checked and when?

  • Your registration renewal notice will tell you if your vehicle is due for a safety check.
  • If you want to renew your registration and your vehicle is more than 5 years old, you will need a safety check.
  • If want to register a light vehicle that is not currently registered in NSW, you will need an AUVIS inspection.
  • If you want to register a heavy vehicle, you will need a HVAIS inspection.
 Located Near

  Rooty Hill, Quakers Hill, Dean Park, Mt Druitt, Blacktown, Sydney West


Glendenning Automotive

Need a good mechanic call Glendenning Automotive for car service & mechanical repairs 
1/184 Power Street, Glendenning - Sydney Western Suburbs, NSW, Australia, 2761
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Trading Hours

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08:00 AM 05:00 PM
Saturday 08:00 AM 12:00 PM
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Contact Person: Matt @

Phone: 02 9675 4015

Glendenning Automotive Is Your Local Mechanic in Glendenning Western Sydney

For Automotive Repairs To
All Car Makes - 4x4 Models - Bus - Van - Truck Repairs
LPG Conversion, Installations

LPG Gas Car mechanical repairs,

Wheel alignment,

Wheel balancing,

Brake service and repairs, New battery sales,

Rego inspections, (inc LPG)

Pink Slips, Blue Slips, LPG Blue Slip, Brown slip Inspection,

Tyre Sales, Tyre Puncture Repair

Fleet Service,

Courtesy vehicles, registration inspections, Manufactures log book Servicing

Located in Sydney West @ Glendenning Close to Rooty Hill, Dean Park, Quakers Hill, Blacktown, Mt Druitt,