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Confused about Quarantine?

Posted On 18 August, 2016

Confused about Quarantine?

If you’re transporting your vehicle to and from Western Australia, it will be required to undergo a quarantine inspection.

Check the following areas for Quarantine Risk Material (QRM). This includes items such as: plants, flowers, seeds, hay, soil, honey, insects, nuts, food scraps, fruit or vegetable packaging.

    Seat Covers
    Carpet / Mats
    Boot and Spare Tyre
    Engine – (engine oil and grease is not a quarantine risk)
    Grill
    Radiator core
    Recess under wiper wells
    Wheel Arches, Mud Flaps and Tyre Rims (particularly rear side)
    Axels & Diffs
    Spare tyres on 4WD’s (suspended underneath) Note: these are high risk areas q Water tanks
    Steps & Running boards
    Chassis rails and channels
    Toolboxes and mounts

If your vehicle is quarantined you will be required to pay: to have your vehicle cleaned to a satisfactory standard for entry into WA and, a $100.00 fee for re-inspection by a QWA officer before your vehicle can be released to you.

For more information please contact SMB Australia.