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When Should You Have an Inspection

When Should You Have an Inspection

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When should you have an inspection ? 
If you’re buying a car 
A comprehensive, independent on-site inspection helps you to buy withconfidence. A detailed written report gives an explanation of the truecondition of the car and future work required.
If you’re selling a car 
The same detailed assessment helps you to sell your car with ease. Anobjective report will impress a prospective buyer. It also makes you aninformed seller so that you won’t be misled by shrewd buyers.
If your warranty is about to expire
Before your warranty expires, an inspection will inform you of areas thatneed attention so you can make the most of relevant and legitimate claims.
If you’re repairing a car 
A qualified opinion could save you a fortune in unnecessary repairs.
If you’re planning a holiday 
A pre-trip inspection will identify any potential problems that could ruin your holiday.
If you’re safety conscious
A detailed inspection can show you the true condition of your car and giveyou peace-of-mind to you and your passengers..
 We test all makes and models including petrol and diesel fueled engines, high performance and sports cars,classic cars, special interest vehicles, four-wheel drives, camper vans, trucks (up to 3 tonne) and buses (upto 9 metres).
The Car Inspection Services report covers the entire vehicle and involves a full mechanical and body check.This includes a road test, engine compression test, full and detailed inspection of the body, interior, motor,transmission system, exhaust, suspension and steering, brakes, tyres, underbody, electrics, cooling systemand instruments.The report includes comments on the vehicles defects to enable you to know the extent of work requiredand whether it is urgent.
All inspection personnel are highly qualified automotive engineers with many years of diverse experience onmany makes and models.Thorough training in inspection techniques ensures an accurate, professional report and an easy
explanation of a cars true condition.
Because all service vehicles are completely self-contained inspection units, vehicles can be inspectedanywhere. Technicians are equipped with the best available testing equipment and can have a back uptechnical database.
Car Inspection Services is a private company committed to providing impartial, quality reports about avehicles true condition.
Mobile vehicles communicate via radio and cellular phones, allowing fast service response to customer requests. Car inspections are available 7 days a week in the Auckland region and Monday to Saturday inthe Wellington area.
We travel to the vehicle to perform the inspection on-site, minimizing inconvenience and waiting times for the seller.We accept all credit cards.We can email or fax the report to you for those who are unable to be present at the inspection.You can arrange a booking on our Toll Free number 24 hours a day, 7days a week.
Whilst we prefer our clients to be present throughout the inspection process for discussion, this is notalways possible. Clients are able to make a booking, pay by credit card and arrange for the report to befaxed. Inspectors can then be reached for discussion and clarification by cellular phone.
We are able to advise you in all areas of purchasing and servicing of vehicles, common faults etc... just ask.
Since 1967 Car Inspection Services only activity has been car inspections. With this specialist experienceyou can be assured of a professional inspection report.
Every inspection is carried out in a fully equipped workshop and the car will be put onto a ramp. The inspector will highlight themajor faults and features of the vehicle, but will not indicate repair costs in specific terms. Repairs and replacement panels willonly be reported if work has not been carried out to a professional standard.Of course it is always possible to find fault with just about any used car for the simple reason that it is used. There will alwaysbe minor cosmetic issues, but the least you should expect is that the vehicle is not unroadworthy, dangerous, or has a long listof major mechanical ailments. Your local Used Car Checks garage will point out the obvious defects, a chip here or scratchthere, but more importantly they will be able to see beyond the apparently shiny paintwork, drawing your attention to thoseitems you might have missed, under the bonnet or underneath the car itself.Your usedcarchecks Report and our Inspector will be able to tell you whether there is anything major to worry about. Or if therisn't. Even if you don't pore over the available paperwork we will and point out any gaps or discrepancies.

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