Once your car gets to a certain age (depending on the laws in your state), you need to obtain a roadworthy certificate (sometimes known as a “pink slip”) before you can register it. A roadworthy assessment needs to be completed by a licensed and authorised mechanic and includes an assessment of brakes, tyres, headlights and taillights, and other components relevant to safety. It is designed to make sure that each component is in working order and is capable of keeping you and your passengers safe. If a particular component requires repair or replacement, that needs to be rectified before your car can pass its roadworthy assessment. To make the whole process easier, BorisDoes has gathered authorised roadworthy assessment providers in each state and has made them available on the BorisDoes platform. That means you can start a task, ask for a quote, or select a Tasker or Business directly from the BorisDoes Taskers list. In most cases, your selected Tasker or Business will need to have a workshop where they can conduct brake integrity tests, so a mobile service may not be possible. But you can discuss available services and scheduling using the BorisDoes Chat feature. It’s quick and easy to book a roadworthy assessment with an experienced and authorised mechanic with the help of BorisDoes.