Commercial Vehicle Roadworthiness Testing (CVRT) is the requirement for commercial vehicles to be tested regularly for road worthiness. With higher vehicle standards mean fewer collisions, safer roads and human safety. Keeping your vehicle up to date is also better for your business, plus it’s the law.
We are open 9am to 6pm Monday to Friday, Late opening to 9pm Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday evenings and on Saturday mornings from 10am to 1pm.
All commercial vehicles require a Certificate of Roadworthiness (CRWs).
The vehicle presenter MUST bring their Driver’s License, Passport or Public services card on the day of test. You DO NOT need to bring the VLC/Logbook to the test.
If your vehicle fails the CVRT, you must have the vehicle repaired and re-tested within 21 days or before 4000km, whichever comes first. A visual re-test does not incur a charge but if an equipment re-test is required a charge is applicable. All details are printed on the fail statement issued by the test centre. If you do not re-test within the 21 days or 4000km, a full test will be required and will incur the full test fee again.
All Pricing for CVRT is set by the RSA and all Test Centres must charge the same fee
Your CRW is issued by the RSA and will posted to the Registered owner’s address within approx. 10 working days
If you did not receive your CRW, you can visit www.cvrt.ie and order a replacement.
Interparts will text reminders to our customer’s a few weeks before your test is due.