Affordable roadworthy tests for your safety

The George Municipality Vehicle Testing Station offers roadworthy tests at a low cost.

The Grade A-testing facility can handle most types of vehicles, weighing up to 10 000kg and can easily accommodate a double-decker bus.

The municipality encourages vehicle owners to test roadworthiness regularly – not just when vehicles change hands and legally require roadworthy certificates, but as a general safety precaution and especially if you transport people or drive long distances.

Tariffs are determined by legislation and are intended to be affordable so that all road users can comply and ultimately make roads safer.

The George Municipality Motor Vehicle Testing Station is situated at the end of Hibernia Street, next to the Driver’s Licence Testing Facility (next to George Station). Operating hours are Monday to Friday 8 am-3 pm.

Inquiries: 044 801 9312.

The fees for roadworthy tests, as gazetted in the Western Cape Provincial Gazette, are:

  • Application for certification of roadworthiness (including test) for motorcycles, motor tricycles and motorcycles with sidecars – R55
  • Application for certification of roadworthiness (including test) for all motor vehicles and trailers NOT exceeding 3500kg – R135
  • Application for certification of roadworthiness (including test) for goods vehicles and trailers exceeding 3500kg – R165
  • Application for certification of roadworthiness (including test) for buses – R165
  • Certification of roadworthiness – R33
  • Issue of Form CRW for a motor vehicle not registered in South Africa – R33
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