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long stroy short, issuse with my insurer n my rego got cancelled...

been looking for a mechanic that can do a blue slip check for me. nothing is wrong with the bike and the bike has been serviced in feb n hasnt been ridden for a month now....

does anyone know a mech near learnea or anywhere near lliverpool moorebank way?i have the bike at a friends n i dont want to spend too much on a tow truck or transport van...

n secondly, how much show i expect to pay for a blue slip?

thanks guys
 

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One word of advice, you may want to write down your trip details when riding to the inspection station...just in case a policeman decides to pull you over at an RBT or something. I always put down the following on a notepad before I leave:

Destination of departure
Odometer reading
Time & date of departure
Destination

I really don't think they'd legally be able to fault you, as if you're en route to the station then they can't do squat. If you're hooning on your favourite stretch, however...thats a different story.

- boingk
 

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ufinkuknw said:
long stroy short, issuse with my insurer n my rego got cancelled...

been looking for a mechanic that can do a blue slip check for me. nothing is wrong with the bike and the bike has been serviced in feb n hasnt been ridden for a month now....

does anyone know a mech near learnea or anywhere near lliverpool moorebank way?i have the bike at a friends n i dont want to spend too much on a tow truck or transport van...

n secondly, how much show i expect to pay for a blue slip?

thanks guys

Try red baron on the corner of Hume hwy and hoxton park road. I live in lurnea and I've been there a couple of times. The mechs there seem to know what they're doing. Not too sure f they do blue slips though. Google them and get the number and give em a ring. Sorry I got the number at home but not there at he moment. I took my mc22 there and they seemed good. Got sure bout blue slip price. Shouldn't be more than $40.[hr]
boingk said:
One word of advice, you may want to write down your trip details when riding to the inspection station...just in case a policeman decides to pull you over at an RBT or something. I always put down the following on a notepad before I leave:

Destination of departure
Odometer reading
Time & date of departure
Destination

I really don't think they'd legally be able to fault you, as if you're en route to the station then they can't do squat. If you're hooning on your favourite stretch, however...thats a different story.

- boingk
you should also take an appointment with the mechanic and have their number handy. Cops asked me for the number once while going to get blue slip and they called the mech to make sure I was booked in and what time.

Bit of a hassle but could save you quite a bit if they decide to book you for riding unregistered. Better safe than sorry
 
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