What You Get When You Book Your Inspection

Brake Inspection

Feel confident and secure knowing your brakes will respond effectively in emergencies, keeping you and your passengers safe.

Parking Brake Inspection

Trust that your vehicle will stay securely parked on inclines, providing peace of mind.

Lamp System Inspection

Drive with the peace of mind that you are visible to other drivers, protecting you during night or poor weather conditions.

Electrical System

Enjoy the comfort and convenience of a vehicle where all electronic features work reliably and prevent electrical failures that can lead to costly repairs and potential vehicle downtime.

Get Certification

Drive confidently, knowing your vehicle has been certified as safe and reliable and our certification provides proof of compliance with safety standards.

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Brake and Lamp Inspection


Why Is It Important To Get Your Break And Lamp Inspection

Ensuring your brake lights are functioning properly is not just a matter of routine maintenance—it's a critical aspect of road safety that can protect you and others from potentially life-threatening accidents.

Brake lights are your vehicle's primary way of signaling to other drivers that you are slowing down or stopping, giving them the necessary time to react and avoid collisions.

Imagine driving on a busy highway, only to be rear-ended because the driver behind you had no warning of your deceleration.

Furthermore, malfunctioning brake lights can lead to hefty fines and legal troubles, as they are a basic requirement for roadworthiness in all jurisdictions.

Regularly checking your brake lights is a simple and cost-effective measure that can save you from costly repairs, insurance hikes, and the heartache of preventable accidents.

Don't leave your safety to chance

Make brake light checks a priority and drive with the confidence that you are contributing to a safer road for everyone.

Here Is What We Inspect When You Come In

Lamp System

Headlights: Check alignment, condition of lenses, and functionality of high and low beams

Tail Lights and Brake Lights: Ensure proper operation of tail lights, brake lights, turn signals, and reverse lights

Turn Signals: Verify front and rear signal lights operate correctly

Hazard Lights: Ensure hazard lights activate all turn signals simultaneously

Voltage and Current: Check electrical components for proper voltage and current flow

Wiring and Connections: Inspect for corrosion, damage, or improper modifications that could affect lighting operation

License Plate Light: Confirm the license plate light illuminates the plate adequately.

Brake Inspection

Brake Pads or Shoes: Inspect for wear and thickness. Ensure they meet minimum thickness requirements.

Brake Rotors or Drums: Check for wear, scoring, or warping that could affect braking performance.

Brake Lines and Hoses: Inspect for leaks, cracks, or damage that could compromise brake fluid pressure.

Brake Fluid: Check level and condition. Ensure brake fluid is free from contamination

Cables and Linkage: Inspect for proper operation, adjustment, and condition

Engagement: Verify parking brake engages and holds the vehicle securely

Brake Calipers or Wheel Cylinders: Verify proper operation without leaks or sticking.

How Our 4 - Step Certification Process Works

Inspection Standards

We follow guidelines and standards set by state regulatory agencies or the DMV for consistency and compliance with safety requirements


Provide a certificate or inspection report detailing findings upon completion. This document is necessary for vehicle registration or certification


If deficiencies are found during the inspection, vehicle repairs or adjustments may be required to meet safety standards. A re-inspection may be necessary to verify corrections


Once the vehicle passes the inspection, it is certified as meeting the required safety standards, allowing for registration or other necessary actions with the DMV

What People Are Saying About Our Break Lamp Process

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Saturdays: 9AM - 1PM

Sundays: Closed

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