Every commercial vehicle requires a Certificate of Roadworthiness.
You must bring a drivers license or passport when you bring your commercial vehicle for testing .
If you test your vehicle on time and it passes, a 12 month CRW will be issues
Your vehicle can be tested up to 30 days before your CRW expires
VLC/LogBook is not required when testing your vehicle
If a vehicle is tested late, the CRW will be issued for the year from the expiry date.
All commercial vehicle require to have CRW even if they are off the road and out of use.
Changing ownership does not effect the expiry date of the CRVT for that vehicle.
Vehicles that fail, need to be tested once repaired within 21 days or 400km, whatever comes first.
Visual retesting is free but if equipment needs to be repaired, a charge may be incurred.
If you do not return within the 21 days or 4000km, a full test will be required and will incur the full test fee again.
All CVR Test Centres are governed by the Road Safety Authority.
All test centres must charge the same price by law for CVRT testing
Your CRW is issued by the RSA and will posted to the Registered owner’s address within 10 working days.
If you did not receive your CRW, you can visit www.cvrt.ie and order a replacement.
Operators can now register on www.cvrt.ie and keep track of their vehicle’s CRW status, renewal dates and even print copies of Pass/Fail statements for their vehicles.
RSA approved 3 CVRT test lanes.
CVRT pre check and voluntary checks
Late evening and Saturday testing
Tacho calibrations, weight plating and speed limiter calibrations
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Monday – Friday 8:30 to 19:00
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Call Us Today On 061 229900 For CVRT / DOE Testing In Limerick.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What type of tests do we carry out?
We carry out both LCV (light commerical vehicle) and HCV (heavy commercial vehicle) tests to include vans, trucks, trailers, camper-vans, buses, ambulances
When should the vehicle be tested?
All commercial vehicles should be tested on its first birthday (on or before its 1st Date of Registration) and every year thereafter. Camper-vans follow the NCT schedule of testing, i.e. four years after the date of first registration and every two years after that until the vehicle is ten years old when it will require annual testing.
Camper-vans registered prior to 01 January 1980 are not subject to periodic roadworthiness testing at this time.
What is required to carry out a test?
The vehicle, the vehicle presenters ID (drivers licence or passport), the original vehicle licensing certificate (VLC) or the tax book and the appropriate test fee.
What if a vehicle fails?
A “Fail Report” will be issued to you. This allows 21days or 4000kms whichever comes first to have the repairs made and represent the vehicle for retest. If a vehicle is re-presented outside the 21 days or has 4000kms since the initial test a full test will be carried out at the full price.
What if my vehicle fails on a minor fault i.e. blown bulbs, headlamp aim?
We can quote you for any rectifications required and if instructed by you most minor faults can be rectified while you wait thus saving you returning for a retest.
What other services do you carry out that are examined under the test?
We also carry out Tachograph Installation /Calibration, Speed Limiter Installation/Calibration and Weight Plate Fitting
How much do vehicle tests cost?
Prices vary depending on the test and the vehicle type. Please click here for FULL PRICE LIST
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