State Inspections

State Inspection

State inspection tests are performed in an effort to ensure the safety of vehicles, reduce mishaps on road and improve the quality of the air. These are control measures introduced by the government. Under a state inspection test, many inspections are done and if all of them are as per the regulations, then the vehicle is qualified to move on the roads of that particular state. Such tests observe a number of items such as the amount of smoke being emitted by a vehicle’s engine, the condition of the vehicle’s head lights and tail lights, windshield wipers, brakes, tires etc. All these aspects ensure that the vehicle is safe to drive and that the driver will not face any problem while driving during his journey.

We at AAA Services Group perform all mandatory checks and tests and help you meet all legal formalities required in order to comply with the state’s laws and regulations and pass your State Vehicle Safety Inspection test. We conduct a bumper-to-bumper inspection of the vehicle and thoroughly scrutinize every single component that is mentioned under the state inspection test. The inspection is carried out by our team of mechanics who have advanced knowledge backed by years of experience and conduct a computerized examination. Latest software and branded tools and equipment are used to get accurate results and reports are created, updated and maintained regarding the vehicle’s components being tested and their performance. If any of the components are damaged or deteriorating, they are repaired and serviced till they comply with the state’s regulations.

Following are the most common items that can fail your inspection test if they are not in order or in a workable condition:

  • Windshield Wipers
  • Brakes
  • Bulbs, including turn signals, stop lights and headlights
  • Parking brake
  • Tires

Call us today and book an appointment with the AAA Services Group for a thorough examination of your vehicle or fleet. We make sure that there are no errors and that you meet all the requirements and get the state’s permit to run your vehicle at a go.

Call 209-827-3200, 209-855-3200