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Why to Get a Vehicle Inspection?
 
The vehicle inspectors are highly trained and experienced specialists. When you now order a vehicle inspection, you can do so with confidence, knowing that it will be done by the industry’s best. They will evaluate the vehicle’s condition inside and out:
Exterior
 Damages/defects (from dents & scratches to flood & fire)
 Panel alignment
 Operation of moving parts including the door, hood and luggage lid
 Prior collision damage
 Non-factory paint and body work
 Poor collision repairs
 Visible damage to structural components
 The condition of all tires including the spare
 The tire size, the tread depth, and manufacturer
 Modifications
Interior
 Proper operation of electrical equipment including lights, seat controls, sound system & gauges
 A listing of accessories and modifications
 Presence of all knobs, switches & parts
 Damage to upholstery and carpeting including cuts, tear, burns, wear & stains
 Smoke or other odors
 Proper operation of the heater & air conditioning
 The mileage & notations of possible odometer tampering
Under Car
 Fluid leaks
 Visible condition of the exhaust system
 Prior collision damage
 Visible Corrosion (Rust)
 Damage to visible structural parts
 Visible condition of the oil pan, transmission housing and suspension system.
 Poor collision repairs
Under Hood
 Fluid leaks
 Engine oil level & condition
 Damage to visible structural parts
 Visible modifications
 Evidence of body work
 Unusual engine noise
 Condition of visible belts and hoses
 Prior collision damage
 Poor collision repairs
Road Test
It is recommended an optional 2 to 5-mile road test as part of the inspection at an additional cost, which provides valuable additional information about the vehicle. We must see the vehicle registration and proof of insurance before the road test, which focuses on:
 Suspension
 Ride
 Engine Response
 Steering
 Brakes
 Noticeable operating defects
 Transmission/clutch
 Unusual Noises
Road test will not be performed on vehicles registered or insured as collectable or exotic; or if road, weather or vehicle conditions are unsafe in the inspector’s opinion.
150 Critical Points of Inspection
We Inspect More Than 150 Critical Points On A Vehicle. For a complete list, click here.

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The Vehicle Inspection Report summarizes condition of vehicle as observed by the inspector "at the time of inspection". Ordinary wear and tear and other external factors can change a vehicle's condition and we make no representation about the condition of any vehicle on the date of purchase. The inspector does not use computer or other mechanical diagnostic equipment and is not a substitute for an examination by a qualified mechanic at a properly equipped repair facility. The inspector relies on the state registration found with the vehicle to identify the owner and verify the VIN, but does not verify the registration, check for liens against the vehicle or make any representation or warranty about the title of the vehicle.