Pink slip, a deprecated vehicle inspection paper in Australia.
In the United States the certificate of title for a vehicle (also known as a car title or pink slip) is a legal form, establishing a person or business as the legal owner of a vehicle.
From wipers, globes and tyre puncture repairs, to battery replacement, engine problems or leaking, here at Australia’s Most Wanted Wheels and Tyres, we have the experience and qualifications to diagnose, repair and replace all the parts and components that are required.
Here at Australia’s Most Wanted Wheels and Tyres, our technicians are trained to check for
wear and tear on all your components of your vehicle according to your manufacturer’s
requirements and your log book, which is tailored to your car’s age, make, model and mileage.
By identifying issues in your car as part of a full car service, you can avoid potential or unexpected breakdowns. You should be following the guidelines of your warranty log book to ensure that all of the necessary operational aspects of you engine such oil, engine fluids and filters are all replaced. Failure to perform the required maintenance and servicing in accordance to your log book requirements could result in an invalidated warranty coverage on some affected parts and components.
Need to register your Vehicle?
Is it that time again for your yearly registration inspection? Come and see one of our qualified technicians who will check your vehicle’s safety as per RMS requirements – from the operation of the seat belts and wipers to the engine and the brakes.
All vehicles that are more than 5 years old, require a safety inspection (Pink Slip) as a condition of your registration renewal. Your registration renewal will advise you if your vehicle needs a deeper look into some potential issues that could affect you later down the track.
Your brakes are one of the most important parts of your vehicle. You want to make sure that when the time comes you can stop quickly. Faulty brakes can put you and your passengers at risk. If you are noticing a squealing or grinding noise, or if your brakes are feeling a little spongy to the touch, have your brakes inspected and checked by a certified brake expert.
Both suspension and steering are a main factor of your safety on the road. Old or leaking shocks can affect your road handling. The suspension is the system between the road and your vehicle. If any component of the suspension is faulty, it can make for an uncomfortable drive.
Your vehicle transmission is one system of your car that is often overlooked and is too often
forgotten about until it is too late. Many drivers are unaware that they should be having their
transmission serviced on a regular basis to preserve its life and performance.
As your transmission can be one of the most expensive systems to repair or replace, we urge all or our customers to service your transmission on a regular basis, to prevent degrading.
If your transmission is playing up, one thing you can do to trouble shoot is check the fluid levels. Check this a few times as the first glance may not be accurate, and if your fluid levels are lower then they should be, you could have a small slow leak. A small or slow leak can be especially detrimental to your transmission because it will drop the fluid levels to a point where it causes excessive wear.