- 1 How much is a WoF at Vtnz?
- 2 How long does a warrant of fitness last in NZ?
- 3 How much does a certificate of fitness cost?
- 4 How long does a WoF take at Vtnz?
- 5 What can fail a WOF?
- 6 How early can you get a WOF?
- 7 Can I drive with a failed WoF?
- 8 Do you need a spare TYRE to pass a WoF NZ?
- 9 How often do I need to get a warrant of fitness?
- 10 How long does a CoF last for?
- 11 What is the fine for no CoF?
- 12 What is difference between CoF and WoF?
- 13 What should I check before a WOF?
- 14 Can I register my trailer without a WOF?
- 15 What should I do before a WOF?
How much is a WoF at Vtnz?
A Warrant of Fitness at most VTNZ branches is $69.
How long does a warrant of fitness last in NZ?
between 2 and 3 years old, the WoF will be issued for 12 months.
How much does a certificate of fitness cost?
The certification fee increases of $0.95 and $5.03 for WoF and CoF respectively are small compared with the total cost of a WoF (around $50) or CoF (around $150) inspection. What are the one-off costs associated with making the changes to the WoF and CoF systems that need to be recovered?
How long does a WoF take at Vtnz?
The WoF inspection will take between 25-35 minutes. You can wait and have a free coffee or tea in our comfortable waiting area or you can drop your car off.
What can fail a WOF?
Let there be light. Lights were the most common reason cars failed WoFs in 2017, and were a factor in over half of failures. A car will fail unless all its headlights, brake lights, indicator lights and park lights are working.
How early can you get a WOF?
The existing law that requires a vehicle to have a new WoF within one month before the date of delivery to a purchaser has not changed. This applies to all vehicles, regardless of their age.
Can I drive with a failed WoF?
If your vehicle fails a WOF inspection you cannot drive it on the road unless you’re taking it somewhere to get it repaired or get a new WoF – and it’s safe to do so.
Do you need a spare TYRE to pass a WoF NZ?
The answer is absolutely not. Regulations state that both tyres on the same axle of a car must be of the same type and size. That is an extremely important safety issue. And that is why a space-saver will never be acceptable for WOF compliance.
How often do I need to get a warrant of fitness?
How often do i need to check or update my wof? A Warrant of Fitness or WOF is required every six months for vehicles 6 years or older, and every 12 months for newer vehicles.
How long does a CoF last for?
Your CoF starts from the date your vehicle passes inspection and expires 3–12 months later. If the inspection is completed a few days before the label expiry date, we may extend the new expiry date (up to 28 days) to equal the number of days left on your old CoF.
What is the fine for no CoF?
Mr O’Gorman arrived back to find two Auckland Transport tickets – $200 for failing to display registration and $600 for no COF.
What is difference between CoF and WoF?
Do I need a Wof or a CoF? Vehicles that need a CoF, rather than the more common a Warrant of Fitness ( WoF ), are heavy vehicles like trucks, larger trailers & motorhomes with a gross vehicle mass of over 3,500kgs. Commercial passenger vehicles, like taxis and rental cars also require CoF assessments.
What should I check before a WOF?
Tips to get you through your warrant of fitness ( WoF )
- Safety belts (seat belts) are in good condition.
- Brakes are effective.
- Tyres are correctly and adequately filled and have a safe amount of tread.
- Lights are functioning correctly.
- Structural condition is good and the car is free of rust.
- No airbag issues or warning lights appearing on the dashboard.
Can I register my trailer without a WOF?
You don’t need the trailer with you and you cant get a WOF until the ‘Rego’ is done first. All you need to know to fill in the form is that the type of motor vehicle is “ trailer ” and the model is either “car” or “boat” as appropriate.
What should I do before a WOF?
What to check before you visit VTNZ for a WoF
- Lights. Check all of your lights work.
- Wipers. Check your windscreen wipers are in good order.
- Tyre pressure and tread. Pumped up tyres make it easier to grip the road and because they make your car more efficient, so it saves you on fuel.
- Seats and seatbelts.
- Car boot.