BOAT TRAILER REGISTRATION

Our NSW Roads and Maritime qualified Examiners can perform all your registration inspections including e-safety checks (Pink Slip), AUVIS (Blue Slip) and HVAIS (Brown Slip) checks.

Pink Slips (the e-safety inspection): This is the annual safety check for your boat trailer that is required for NSW registration. Unlike a car that gets 5 years without needing a safety inspection, a boat trailer requires an e-Safety inspection every year from it’s very first registration.

Blue Slips (AUVIS Inspection): This is the light vehicle inspection required for an unregistered boat trailer weighing under 1999kg. This could be because your registration expired, you have a brand new boat trailer that has never been registered or you need to register a boat trailer that you have purchased from interstate in NSW.

Brown Slips (HVAIS Inspection): This is the heavy inspection required for an unregistered boat trailer with a GTM over 2000kg. This inspection may be required if your boat trailer registration expired more than 3 months ago or you need to register a boat trailer in NSW that you have purchased from interstate or overseas.

Weighbridge Tickets: All unregistered boat trailers that have never been registered in NSW before require a weighbridge ticket as part of the registration requirements for Service NSW. We have a certified weighbridge on site to provide this service.

Boat trailer registration Inspections are by appointment only.

Call us on (02) 8544-8114 – we look forward to helping you.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

If your boat trailer has never been registered in NSW before it will require a weighbridge ticket.

You will need an unregistered vehicle inspection for your camper trailer. This is will be either a Blue Slip (AUVIS) Inspection or a Brown Slip (HVAIS) Inspection.

There’s 2 types of rust – surface rust and cancerous rust.

Surface rust is fine – all trailers rust and whilst if often dosen’t look very nice – it usually isn’t affecting the safety of the boat trailer.

Cancerous rust is the type of rust that eats right through the frame of the boat trailer. If the cancerous rust has gone right through the thickness of the fame then the trailer is no longer able to be registered.

NOTE: Cancerous rust in cross members: We can replace cross members and as long as the rest of the trailer is fine then the boat trailer can be registerd.

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