How do I make my concrete truck roadworthy?

How do I make my concrete truck roadworthy?

In Victoria, a Roadworthy Certificate is required whenever a vehicle is being sold. The owner of the vehicle must provide a current Roadworthy Certificate to the buyer, unless the buyer is a spouse or motor vehicle trader.A vehicle can be sold without a Roadworthy Certificate if it is not registered. If a used vehicle is being re-registered, a current Roadworthy Certificate is required. In some cases a Roadworthy Certificate is needed to clear a vehicle defect notice.

One of the key elements with Vic Roads to sell your concrete truck is the vehicle must not be covered in concrete. This is not just for cosmetic looks, the chassis and rear of the truck must be clean of excess concrete. When concrete is dry, it is extremely difficult to remove. You can spray a chemical called Crete-off which softens the concrete enough to scrap off. Another way is to sandblast the concrete off the truck however when the concrete is in huge clumps you still need chemicals to help remove it.

As you can see not the chassis rail is totally clean of concrete. Under the Vic Roads guidelines, this concrete truck now will pass inspection to get the roadworthy and sell the truck to the buyer. With the rear of the concrete truck painted white this also helps to pass the roadworthy inspection. The concrete shoots and top section now are spray painted white and look brand new again.