Ballarat Roadworthy Centre
Vehicles Big and Small
Quality Mechanical Service & Repairs
Vehicle Safety Services We Provide
Light & Heavy Vehicle Mechanics
Vehicle Servicing & Repairs
We provide Bus Annual Bus Inspections required by TSV (transport safety Victoria) on all types and sizes of buses for customers all over Victoria at our Delacombe workshop. Our team include both light and heavy vehicle inspectors ensuring can safely inspect all buses. We are the only workshop in Ballarat with a Fixed Brake roller tester, this ensures the best brake testing possible to ensure safety.
Ballarat Roadworthy Centre can provide Roadworthy inspections on all buses, our workshop is set up for the purpose of bus roadworthys big and small, our technicians have a vast amount of bus industry experience and are up to date with current changes and requirements.
Ballarat Roadworthy Centre is accredited NHVR testing station for heavy vehicles, we also offer defect clearances for heavy vehicles.
Ballarat Roadworthy Centre is an accredited bus inspection centre for Ballarat for both Light & Heavy buses, we offer not only Annual Bus inspection but Daily check & defect books, mandatory bus labels & exit hammers.
We can also develop bus maintenance programs to assist in accreditation.
Ballarat Roadworthy Centre is a VACC accredited workshop, we have technicians that are both Light Vehicle & Heavy Vehicle trained so we can offer vast servicing options on a large range of vehicles, we are also members of Club Evolution allowing us to offer 6 months free* Roadside assistance on all vehicles we service under 3.5t GVM.
Ballarat Roadworthy Centre can develop Maintenance Management Systems for bus operators, working closely with the Bus owners and operators we can develop & maintain buses in a safe and timely manner.
Ballarat Roadworthy Centre can offer tailor made service and inspections for all fleets big and small, we can ensure vehicles supplied to customers and employees are safe and reliable. Contact us now for a better Fleet servicing deal.
At Ballarat Roadworthy Centre we have the only fixed brake roller tester is Ballarat, Our MAHA brake roller tester in one of the most advanced brake testing units available on the market, It will effectively measure each wheels braking performance allowing us to pin point any issue with the braking system.
VACC Accredited Workshop
Ballarat Roadworthy Centre
Roadworthy Certificates and Repairs.
Ballarat Roadworthy Centre can undertake log book servicing and routine maintenance inspections for all makes and models of vehicles at competitive prices. This will ensure your manufacturers warranty is maintained.
Ballarat Roadworthy Centre can carry out all repairs and servicing on all types of vehicles and are a VACC accredited workshop
We also stock bus safety equipment including emergency hammers & mandatory labels.Ballarat Roadworthy Centre can carry out all repairs and servicing on all types of vehicles and are a VACC accredited workshop
We are licensed to perform annual bus inspections on all buses, we have the only fixed brake roller tester in the Ballarat area. We supply daily check and defect reporting books to bus and truck operators Australia wide. General repairs and servicing on buses and light trucks.
Ballarat Roadworthy Centre provides affordable fleet servicing on all small to medium vehicles ensure vehicles are safe and maintained at the highest standards. We specialise in small to medium bus servicing and repairs including :
- Toyota Hiace Commuter & Coaster
- Mitsubishi Fuso Rosa
- Renault Master
- Iveco & Fiat
Safety is Our Number One Priority
What Our Clients Say
Professionalism & Punctuality
The Team at Ballarat Roadworthy were amazing. I had to get a 12 seat bus roadworthy ASAP due to a company change of ownership at the Childcare Centre I manage. The Team went above and beyond to fit us in during school holidays, they were very friendly and had great communication. We would absolutely recommend them and will use this service again in the future. Thanks so much.Hayley Ludeman, July 2021
I've been getting our vehicles serviced here for years and with the new owner at the wheel I can say the service and pricing has really improved! Thanks for being reliableShannon Smith, June 2021
I highly recommend Ballarat Roadworthy Centre. They service our four vehicles and we have had Road worthies done there over many years. We honestly wouldn't go anywhere else. Staff always go above and beyond to provide us with a high quality service, at very affordable prices.Tarlea Bykersma, July 2021
Great customer service and pricing. I prefer to take my Ford Ranger here, arrange it for trips back to Ballarat, over any of my local Canberra car serving centres. Quick and professional service, good communications and updates of work on the vehicle. Highly recommended.Stephen Haynes
Ballarat Roadworthy Centre provide our customers with safety focused vehicle inspections, servicing & repairs to ensure vehicles are safe & dependable.’
We are a proud local Ballarat Business employing locals and supporting other Ballarat Business and the community. We are a B1G1 business so every time you do business with us with make donations to provide big impacts around the world. See more at b1g1.com
Ask the Mechanic
How Often Should I Service My Car?
So, what’s the magic number? Well, most car manufacturers suggest every six months to a year or every 10,000kms, whichever comes first. But keep in mind, this is just for an average vehicle. Cars that perform more heavy duty tasks are advised to have more frequent services. Plus, if you drive an older car, it might be worth booking in a little earlier and keeping a close eye on your odometer. Good mechanical repairers should look at your car and individually diagnose it (just like if it were a person going to the doctor - everyone’s different!).
Why do I have to replace my brake disc rotors when all I need is just brake pads? Most times when your vehicle requires brakes to be replaced, only your brake pads will need replacement. If your disc rotors are requiring replacement this will be due to either the disc rotors being below minimum thickness or because they are warped. If the disc rotors are warped, you’ll usually be feeling shudder when your vehicle is braking. For our European customers, you will usually require new disc rotors every second brake pad change.
Is it safe to keep driving? Without carrying a diagnostic check of your vehicle this is very hard to determine. It is best to seek professional advice before proceeding. We will run you through a series or questions to determine whether it is possible to keep driving. Our best recommendation is if you’re unsure arrange for your vehicle to be towed, this will provide peace of mind and save you money on causing unnecessary damage to your vehicle.