Before you bring your vehicle for inspection, please make sure that:
– You have all necessary documentation with you: ID and Log book.
– Your vehicle is in good technical and visual conditions
– Your vehicle is clean inside out. The vehicle inspection procedure includes inspections of the external (up and below) and internal (cabin and under bonnet) area of your vehicle.
During the vehicle inspection procedure, your vehicle will go through detailed inspections of items, which directly or indirectly influence your safety, the safety of the passengers in your vehicle and the safety of all other road users.
Your vehicle will be tested in two ways:
  • Electronically
  • Visually.
The following systems will be inspected using automated equipment:
  • Exhaust system.
  • Headlight focus (Aim)
  • Side slip
  • Suspension system
  • Braking system
The following systems and items will be inspected visually:
  • Vehicle Identification Number, plates and all registration data of your vehicle in the Permit of Circulation.
  • Head-, Rear Lighting system, external indicators.
  • Condition of wheels and tyres
  • Dashboard of your vehicle
  • Windscreen wipers and washers
  • Electrical system
  • All elements related to the brake system of the vehicle (pedals, levers, tubes etc.)
  • All elements related to the steering system of the vehicle (linkage, handlebars, joints etc.)
  • Functionality and safety of doors, windows and mirrors
  • Seats and seatbelts
  • The condition of the chassis
  • The condition of the bodywork
  • Fuel system
  • Transmission system
During the performance of the test procedures, the following are strictly prohibited:
  • Vehicle owners/drivers and all unauthorized personnel in the test area of the inspection station.
  • Smoking in all internal areas of our inspection stations
  • Storage of dangerous goods in your vehicle during the inspection procedure.
  • Storage of any item/physical object that may interfere with the normal procedure of vehicle inspection
  • No animals/pets are allowed at the inspection stations.
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