Types Of Vehicle Inspections
Tire Max offers a few different types of vehicle inspections that you may need for your vehicle. During your appointment, our mechanics will carefully inspect each area of your car or truck to ensure that everything is working properly to keep you safe while driving.
Emissions Inspection Services
Emissions inspections help ensure that all vehicles driven on public roads produce safe levels of emissions that decrease environmental harm. The goal of our inspection is to preserve the ecosystem and improve air quality. Our emissions inspection requires an extensive investigation of several different parts of your vehicle to ensure that everything is up to code, including the amount of emissions produced, the gas tank and gas cap, and an overall visual inspection among other things. If any part of your vehicle fails our state or province’s inspection regulations, the part will need to be replaced or repaired before the vehicle can be legally driven.
Vehicle insurance inspections typically involve gathering visual documentation to help prove that a vehicle is real & in stable condition, along with the physical state of the vehicle. The VIN, options, and accessories of the car are all noted, which is helpful when an insurance claim is submitted to repair a particular component of a vehicle. The insurance company can refer to the insurance inspection and verify that the vehicle was equipped with the particular component at the time the claim was filed. These inspections can be conducted in a variety of ways, but the essential inspection components are the same.
Often, annual or biennial inspections are mandated to ensure all vehicles driven on public roads are safe to drive and in good condition. The goal of the inspection is to keep drivers safe by catching any problems before they cause an accident. A vehicle inspection requires a lengthy examination of parts to make sure that everything is in working order in many different areas on the vehicle, including under the hood, in the interior, under the vehicle, and the outside of the vehicle on its bodywork. Vehicles that fail to pass an inspection must be removed from the road.