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CVRT Testing

Heavy & Light Commercial Vehicle Testing


All commercial vehicles over one year old require a Certificate of Roadworthiness (CRWs), this includes vehicles such as ambulances and buses with more that eight passenger seats. The CRW is attained by successfully completing the Commercial Vehicle Roadworthiness Test (CVRT).

There are two types of commercial vehicle tests, one for Light Commercial Vehicles (LCVs) and one for Heavy Commercial Vehicles (HCVs). The purpose of the test is to ensure that these vehicles are kept in good condition throughout their entire life.

CVRT Price List (ex VAT)


Class of VehicleTest FeeRSA LevyTest Fee + LevyRetest Fee
Vehicles having a design gross weight not exceeding 3,500 kilograms70.8624.0094.8635.43
Motor caravans with two axles70.866.0076.8635.43
Vehicles having a design gross weight between 3,500 kg and 7,500 kg94.5252.00146.5247.26
Vehicles having a design gross weight exceeding 7,500 kilograms with 2 axles118.1653.00171.1659.08
Vehicles having a design gross weight exceeding 7,500 kilograms with 3 axles147.6754.00201.6773.83
Vehicles having a design gross weight exceeding 7,500 kilograms with 4 or more axles165.3855.00220.3882.69
Trailers having a design gross weight exceeding 3,500 kilograms106.3035.65141.9553.15
Ambulances94.5250.48145.0047.26
Vehicles used for the carriage of passengers between 8 and 14 seats147.6752.33200.0073.83
Vehicles used for the carriage of passengers with 14 seats or more147.6750.33198.0073.83
Motor caravans with three or more axles73.1724.0097.1735.43

Retests


All re-tests must be completed within 21 calendar days and within 4,000 kms of the initial test or you’ll need to repeat the full test. A visual re-test is free, but a re-test that requires a test lane has a fee that is half of the normal test fee.

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