More than 80% of those cars inspected have failed the IVIC Integrity Inspection, leaving their owners asking themselves – “How safe is my car?”
The IVIC Integrity Inspection uses exclusive, state of the art, inspection technology and equipment to ensure cars are Crashworthy. If cars are Crashworthy they are safe. If cars are safe, they better protect their occupants in an accident.
Pop into an IVIC Centre and you’ll experience first hand, our passion for car safety and the benefit that IVIC can provide.
In 2006 Tony founded IVIC and since that time as inspected, tested and assessed thousands of post collision cars for safety.
During 2018 and 2019, Tony Murdaca, Remy van de Wiel and Robert Richter worked together to formulate, establish and implement a business and team of highly skilled and knowledgeable industry professionals who, like themselves, are dedicated to ensure that cars on Australian roads are safe.
With more than 40 years of automotive industry experience, Tony Murdaca has paved the way for vehicle safety on Australian roads.
Tony Murdaca has more than 40 years experience in the automotive repair industry.
Tony established IVIC 10 years ago and during that time has inspected and assessed thousands of repaired vehicles using the IVIC Structural Integrity Inspection processes and methodologies.
IVIC Structural Integrity Inspection Reports have been relied upon by Australian Courts to secure justice for vehicle owners who were awarded insurance payouts and compensation for unsafe vehicle repairs.
Remy has been involved in numerous trials for murder, computer fraud, drug cases and taxation prosecution both at trial and on appeal. Although predominantly criminal Remy’s practices also include civil cases.
Over the years Remy has been Chairman of the Victorian Criminal Bar Association of which he has been a member since its inception and has been involved with and served on many committees such as Law Reform, Mental Health and Ethics Committees and has been instrumental in establishing free legal service bodies.
Remy is admitted to and has practiced in all states of Australia, appeared in Royal Commissions on Trade Unions, Institutional responses to child sexual abuse and Aboriginal Deaths in custody.
In 2015 he has been raised to the level of ‘Legend’ by the Victorian Bar.
Robert Richter QC is an Australian barrister, based in Melbourne. Richter has handled a number of high-profile cases including defendants unpopular in public opinion.
Robert was a committee member of the then “Criminal Bar Association of Victoria”, and the Victorian Bar Council from 1997 to 1999. He was President of the Victorian Council for Civil Liberties from 1994 to 1996.
In addition to his business as a barrister, Robert was also a part-time Commissioner of the Law Reform Commission of Victoria from 1989 to 1992. He was appointed a silk on 26 November 1985.