Vehicle Inspections in Edmonton
We inspect all makes and models. Vehicle defects found during inspections can prevent your car from electrical and mechanical failure.
Revolution Motors in Edmonton has certified auto mechanics that can do a comprehensive vehicle inspection on every make and model, including your diesel truck (light trucks, not semis), commercial vehicle, or entire fleet. There are many reasons why you might require a vehicle inspection in Edmonton. From Alberta out of province inspections, pre-purchase vehicle inspections, and routine safety checks, you can trust that your vehicle will be inspected thoroughly. We will catch any issues before they become major problems and provide the highest quality of service possible for your vehicle.
Why Are Vehicle Inspections Important?
Most problems do not show themselves until they start to cause trouble. No one wants to have car trouble, especially if your personal safety is compromised. A comprehensive vehicle safety inspection will ensure your vehicle is mechanically fit and safe to drive. We will check components like your electrical system, engine and powertrain, steering and suspension, brakes, fuel and exhaust systems, and more. Having your vehicle inspected regularly will catch problems early and ensure you’re not in danger when it’s operating.
Regardless of the reason for your vehicle inspection, you can trust the experienced and trained auto mechanics at Revolution Motors in Edmonton to get your vehicle ready for the road. After the vehicle inspection, our mechanics will walk you through any needed repairs and will happily do them with your authorization. If you do require any of our auto services we have a great customer care program and pride ourselves on excellent customer service.
Types of Vehicle Inspections We Perform:
Vehicle Safety Inspection
Every vehicle safety inspection includes a thorough inspection of your vehicle and its components, including reviewing your fuel and exhaust system. A leaky or faulty exhaust system can allow dangerous levels of carbon monoxide into the passenger compartment of the vehicle, causing serious injury or even death. Regardless of the condition of your vehicle, you should have your exhaust system inspected periodically to reduce or eliminate the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.