AutoTest is Australian Made and Owned, and the only quality accredited roadworthy equipment manufacture in Australia.
Our focus at AutoTest is on developing testing and diagnostic instruments. We invest in research and product development and our in-house product designers and engineers are consistently at the forefront of developments. AutoTest’s new product development program ensures the consistent launch of innovative, new products designed to meet the needs of the automotive industry and changing vehicle safety regulatory requirements.
Accredited, roadworthy compliant testing products is our number one priority for all of our automotive diagnostic products. Our brake testers are NATA accredited and many products are designed to Australian Standards, ensuring quality and accurate testing as well as passenger and vehicle safety.
The AutoTest team were presented with the Gold Award for AutoMonitor in the Heavy Vehicle Category at the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE), Australasia 2014 Mobility Engineering Excellence Awards.
AutoTest is a leader in supplying Safety equipment. Our Products are made and designed in Australia and regularly upgraded to comply with the ever-changing and stringent standards and regulations. Since 2000, AutoTest have been dedicated to supplying the innovations and keeping ourselves at the forefront of safety.
In 1999 Autotest were presented with two AusIndustry, Institute of Engineers Australia, Engineering Excellence Awards – the national engineering excellence award for research and development, and the award for innovation. These were for BAMbino, the world’s first portable Bearing Acoustic Monitor for accurate and easy detection of faulty idler bearings in conveyors used by the mining industry.
Is a self-contained brake testing unit and an advanced workshop maintenance tool. Designed to test service and emergency brakes in passenger cars, trains, buses, farming and airport vehicles.
Is a compact, battery powered, hand held shock absorber tester that uses both the “rebound method” and “damping ratio.”
AutoLight and AutoLight Plus measures the level of light transmitted through a tinted window to determine its safety level.