Pre Purchase Inspection
Recommended Before You Purchase Vehicle
Full Comprehensive Checkover Of Vehicle
Interior, Exterior, Engine Bay, Engine, Suspension
Service History, Tyres, Brakes, Fluids
Safety Checks and Test Drive
If You’re in the Market for a Secondhand Vehicle, getting a Pre Purchase Inspection done by a Professional Mechanic is an Absolute Must.
Whether you are buying privately or through a car yard it is always important to get a independant and qualified third party to do a complete inspection before you commit to purchase. Whether it be accident damage, poorly performed repairs or just neglect, having the vehicle you are interested in checked by a professional mechanic will ensure that you’re not buying a lemon!
Many people think if a vehicle has a roadworthy certificate that it means the vehicle is covered and must not have any issues. Unfortunetly many people get caught by this misperception. A roadworthy only covers a certain number of issues with a vehicle and is only checked for those under the strict guildlines of Queensland Transport.
What Is A Pre Purchase Inspection?
Once the inspection has been carried out, a detailed report will be provided.
A Pre Purchase Inspection Can Save You A LOT of Money
On occasion the inspection can show a vehicle is just not recommended to purchase because:
– The overall condition of the vehicle is poor
– There is evidence of premature damage or wear that is not obvious to the untrained eye
– There is stuctural damage that is obvious to the mechanic, but not easily seen by a purchaser.
Unfortunetly too many people get caught by this Misperception.
There is a lot more to be considered when purchasing than what is covered in Roadworthy Certificate.
A roadworthy certificate inspection is not a comprehensive mechanical inspection on the quality or life expectancy of a vehicle. A Roadworthy Inspection only cover a strict number of items within the guidelines set out by Qld Transport.
A vehicle can be passed as safe for the road and still require major upcoming work.
A Simple Pre Purchase Inspection Can Save You A World of Headaches and Money.