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When do I need a LPG Certificate in Toowoomba?
- When selling your vehicle
- Transfering QLD Registration
- Re-registering in QLD
- Transferring Interstate rego to QLD
If your car is fitted with an LPG system, be it, dual fuel (LPG and petrol) or dedicated LPG you are legally required to have an LPG (gas) certificate to register or transfer ownership of the car.
You are required to obtain an LPG (gas) certificate to ensure that equipment is safe, and it is the responsibility of the seller to obtain that certificate.
The LPG (gas) certificate inspection can be done at your convenience home
or work & is valid for 3 months.
If your car is dual fuel, you are legally required to have an LPG (gas) certificate and a safety certificate (petrol) to register or transfer the car.
The LPG (gas) certificate inspection and 10-year tank/s testing needs to be carried out by a licensed operator with specialist equipment.
The 10-year tank testing once done is valid for 10 years.
What We Offer
We are available seven days a week, attending the most convenient location that suits you while providing efficient and effective inspections, evaluations and certifications.
Mobile LPG Gas Certificate & LPG Tank Testing in the Toowoomba.
Benefits of a LPG Gas Certificate Toowoomba
Obtaining a gas certificate is not only required by law, but it also offers a wide range of benefits.
These benefits include but are not limited to:
- Increasing your number of potential buyers
- Allowing you to safely and legally operate a vehicle on Australian roads
- Required for documentation transfer of a car into another party’s name
- Peace of mind of optimal performance and condition
Why Choose ASAP Roadworthys?
At ASAP Roadworthys, we have been proudly servicing the residents in the Toowoomba and its surrounds for many years.
Our highly trained, expert LPG gas technicians are passionate about and dedicated to providing a convenient, fast service and a one-of-a-kind experience.
We have one goal in mind – that you, your loved ones and other road users, are safe! Our attention to detail and meticulous inspections are industry leading and set us apart from the rest. As promised in our name, we will get the job done ASAP, and make sure it’s done right, so you can be out on the road rest assured you are LPG gas safe, in no time at all.
We won’t just meet your expectations; we strive to exceed them, every time!
Whether you are looking to buy, sell or register a car or other vehicle requiring LPG gas certificate on the Toowoomba.
You will have the confidence and peace of mind that you are always in the most capable hands with ASAP Roadworthys.
Sit back, relax, and trust in our reliable team to come to your home or office and take care of all your LPG gas certification needs.
Find out more from ASAP Roadworthys
If you are looking for a thorough and reliable LPG gas certification that comes with honest unbiased advice from the team that Toowoomba locals love and trust – look no further than ASAP Roadworthys.
Contact one of our knowledgeable team members today and find out how we can get you on the road safely, today!
What is involved in testing an LPG tank?
Re-certification is a detailed process and entails:
- Checking the tank date on the actual tank/s
- Checking the emission
- Run and empty gas lines
- Remove gas tank fittings
- Carry out external inspection
- Remove all liquid and vapor from gas tank/s
- Remove tank with nitrogen
- Remove and test valves and fittings
- Inspect tank/s internally
- Test and replace valves & seals
- Pressure test tank/s
- Leak check tank/s
- Date stamp tank/s
- Leak test connections & fittings using a small amount of LPG
- Compliance certificate is issued
It’s important to note that testing isn’t just about compliance, but also about making sure that you and your family are safe.
Are your LPG (gas) tank/s over 10 years old?
By Australian standards, if your LPG (gas) system is over 10 years old, the tank/s need to be re-certified.
For example, if the LPG (gas) system was installed in 2014,
the tank/s will need to be tested in 2024.
How can I find out if tanks are tested?
The best way to find out is on the LPG tank itself it will have a LPG compliance plate with the last test date details.
Otherwise all LPG Gas fitted vehicles have a LPG Compliance plate in the engine bay area where there is a re-test/tank test date.