Pre-purchase inspection

Pre-purchase inspection

When you buy a used car, you should always check its technical condition to avoid unpleasant surprises and costly repairs. The purpose of a pre-purchase inspection is to check the varnish layer thickness and the basic car systems, such as the braking, exhaust, steering and cooling systems. In addition, you will have the on-board computer checked for errors. The inspection also covers the suspension and, what's particularly important in the case of diesel engines, the turbo-charging system, which is frequently a source of problems for the purchaser. The AC system will be inspected in terms of its cooling efficiency and checked for leaks.


  • If you're looking to check the actual condition of the car you want to buy, the best solution is to turn to a trusted garage for help
  • The inspection result should help yo decide whether or not to buy the car you're interested in
  • If the car's owner refuses to subject it to an inspection, don't buy it

Scope of services

  • Computer diagnostics
  • Braking system inspection
  • Oils and fluids level inspection
  • Exhaust system inspection
  • Suspension inspection
  • AC inspection
  • Varnish thickness inspection
  • Cooling system inspection
  • Turbo charger inspection
  • Tyres inspection
  • Battery charging test
  • Electrical system inspection
  • Steering gear inspection

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