With the constant use of your car, you may be considering a bumper-to-bumper inspection. You seek reliable, skilled and knowledgeable ASE Master technicians to perform the service, but you may wonder about what is included in this comprehensive inspection. You should be aware of all of the systems that will be checked on your car to understand the results. You will also be able to make better decisions about any car repair you may need.
Why a Bumper-to Bumper Inspection?
An auto inspection is very important for the life of your vehicle. Whether you are considering purchasing a pre-owned car or you have owned your own car for years, you should make a point of having a complete inspection done.
Virtually every system of your car, between and including the headlights and taillights are checked to make sure they are in proper working order. A comprehensive inspection includes oil change, fluid checks, brake checks, steering and suspension checks and a tire inspection. Also, checks to the engine, steering and transmission.
Why is it Important?
A complete inspection is important to the health of your car — and your finances. When your car is checked, you will be immediately aware of any problems. If you have the problem addressed in time, you will save money on expensive repairs. If your car has been overheating, it could mean that you have low oil pressure, which is very damaging to your car. An inspection would have revealed the low oil pressure problem, and the large repair bill would have been avoided. An inspection will also let you know if you have the proper tire pressure and fluid levels. Regular inspections would help you monitor the health of the transmission, battery, alternator, steering and suspension systems. You will be able to determine when it is time to replace the part and make any minor repairs. Regular car maintenance and some alterations to your driving habits, such as driving at reduced speeds, can increase fuel efficiency and save money.