Welcome to the NZ Transport Agency vehicle inspection portal
Please select your certification type
- Alternative fuel system certification
- Border inspection of imported used vehicles
- Entry certification
- Entry certification (new light vehicles)
- Heavy vehicle specialist certification
- In-service certification (WoF and CoF)
- Light vehicle repair certification
- COVID-19 H&S guidelines
Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency has temporarily extended the vailidity of WoFs, CoFs and other certification documents.
See the Waka Kotahi website for further details.
Latest news & updates
18 February 2014
Read about removal of the ‘WoF only’ VIRM, WoF frequency update, getting into the CoF inspection market, headlamp light output, rusty boat trailers, 2013 WoF complaints stats, how to deal with odometer corrections, and more.
1 January 2014
This amendment covers the new WoF expiry for some light vehicles and removal of the scratchbuilt vehicle definition, and for CoF, clarification of 12-month CoF for new light rental vehicles and changes related to heavy vehicle braking.
11 November 2013
This amendment covers WoF frequency and related changes for agricultural vehicles, the new WoF label, and OEM wheel rim options for some heavy vehicles.
25 October 2013
Amendment to water damaged vehicle file review and LT351W issue.
14 October 2013
This VIRM amendment covers a range of general technical clarifications and changes.
10 October 2013
The new web-based PRS manuals are now online.
25 September 2013
General amendment and clarifications | Addition of Fire damage section | 1 January 2014 changes included
22 August 2013
Read about the WoF frequency changes, new WoF labels and the public information campaign.
1 August 2013
Tow coupling safety alert | 2 Axle-stop/retention devices – important warning | Information for heavy vehicle operators and drivers on the NZTA website | New resource for HPSV operators | Holland FW31 series fifth wheels – warning | ORS and entering TSL numbers
1 July 2013
The amendment is live. Take a look at the changes ...