CARAVAN & TRAILER ATM UPGRADE
Mobile Service - we come to you
certification of trailer modifications (ls12)
An ATM upgrade will ensure that your caravan/trailer is compliant at a higher load rating, minimising the risk of facing legal or insurance complications
We will determine what load your caravan/trailer chassis is capable of handling whilst remaining within safe structural guidelines
PEACE OF MIND
An ATM upgrade will not only ensure that your caravan/trailer becomes compliant, but also give you peace of mind knowing that it satisfies structural requirements
HOW DOES AN ATM UPGRADE WORK?
We are a mobile service, operating in the greater Brisbane area. Contact us to arrange a free assessment of your trailer or van, usually within the next day or two. If the numbers add up and the assessment is favourable, our engineer will come out and inspect your trailer firsthand. Once approved, he will issue a TMR certificate and attach a modification plate on the spot.
Due to the way many caravans are constructed and rated, modifications are often not necessary to achieve an increase in ATM.
In most cases we can give you a confident indication of the maximum ATM possible on your van within a couple of days, so contact us today to arrange an assessment.
ATM RERATING is required when:
TRAILER CERTIFICATION is required when:
It is not mandatory to have your trailer weighed for certification purposes; however, it is highly recommended to have an accurate idea of the actual weight of your trailer in the maximum loaded condition. Herewith some contacts if you need help with this:
0407 240 702
Shed 4, 6 Quinns Hill Road East, Stapylton, QLD, 4207
Contact us to arrange a free assessment of your caravan/trailer, which can usually be done within a day or two. If the numbers add up and the assessment is favourable, our engineer will come out and inspect your trailer/van firsthand. Once approved, he will issue a TMR certificate and attach a modification plate on the spot.
From first contact to completion could all happen within a week. Contact us now to get the ball rolling. Call Deon on 0408 112 604, or email email@example.com
It is not mandatory to have your trailer weighed for certification purposes; however, it is recommended to have an accurate idea of the actual weight of your caravan or trailer, in the maximum loaded condition. If you need help with this, see the trailer weight section for contact details.
Although we do not perform modifications ourselves, we are well connected and can point you in the right direction. Whether you simply need safety chains replaced or major structural work done, we know someone that can help. Once modifications are complete, we would inspect, certify modifications or rerate the ATM as required.
We are based in Albany Creek, about 30minutes north of the Brisbane CBD
We cover the greater Brisbane area from Caboolture, Ipswich, Ormeau and everywhere in between. Other areas by appointment. Call-out fees may apply.
We gladly accept card payment after certification with mobile EFTpos facility. We also take cash and can facilitate bank transfer with prior arrangement.
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We have been proudly providing trailer engineering and design services since 2008. Key to our team is registered professional engineer, Deon van Deventer, who has a strong technical background and formal engineering qualifications. He has extensive automotive, manufacturing and trailer industry experience, which includes design and development, through to testing independent suspension systems, couplings, off-road trailers and advanced trailer chassis. He has assisted numerous caravan and trailer manufacturers with development of their products for manufacture both locally and abroad. He has a keen interest in chassis design, particularly in the areas of suspension and structural compliance.
Deon is a TMR (Queensland Transport and Main Roads) approved engineer, authorised to conduct rerating of ATMs, certify modifications to light and heavy trailers (under or over 4.5T ATM) and approve modifications to local and imported vehicles and trailers in accordance with Queensland Code of Practice.