In order for vehicles to be licensed for use, these need to be certified as roadworthy and safe to be used on public roads according to the manuals approved by the Transport Malta. A VRT test means an examination of a vehicle carried out by a licensed Tester in order to certify that it is in a roadworthy condition and meets the established standards. A licensed Vehicle Tester means a competent person who has been licensed by the Transport Malta to inspect and certify vehicles as roadworthy.

What you'll get

A licence to test vehicles in accordance with the Motor Vehicle (Roarworthiness Test) Regulations - S.L. 65.15.


Applicants need to have a clean conduct, have at least 3 years related work experience, be in possession of a Technician Certificate in Motor Vehicle Systems (Part2) or any equivalent certificate, and must have a valid driving licence for the categories of vehicles s/he will be testing.

How to apply

Fill in the online form and submit.

Once the application is accepted by Transport Malta, the applicant will be enrolled for the VRT Tester’s Course organised by Jobsplus. Upon successful completion of the course, the licence will be issued by Transport Malta against a fee of €25.