4WD Car Inspection
Need your 4WD or AWD Inspected? We’ve got you covered. When it comes to inspecting cars that are designed for off-road driving, there’s a range of extra variables your 4WD Car Inspector needs to take into account to ensure you’re not getting a 4WD or AWD that’s full of issues.
comes to inspecting cars that are designed for off-road driving, there’s a
range of extra variables your 4WD Car Inspector needs to take into
account to ensure you’re not getting a 4WD or AWD that’s full of issues.
4WD and AWD Inspections: What’s the Difference?
If you’re considering buying a four-wheel-drive, it’s important to be aware of these potential problems. the best way to protect yourself is to hire a specialist in 4WD and AWD inspections.
What Goes into a
4wd car inspection?
For a number of reasons a 4WD car inspection is different to a regular inspection. The
following are just a few differences our team keeps in mind.
What Goes into a
4WD Car Inspection?
clearance and larger, more robust tires make the car more likely to hit rocks and other obstacles when driving on rough terrain. This can lead to flats, punctures, and even blowouts.
To avoid this problem, it’s important to inspect your tires before and after each drive. If you see any damage, make sure to repair or replace the tire as soon as possible. 4WD tires can range from $250 to 400 each so it’s important to have your tires checked by a Verified inspector to ensure they’re in good condition before purchasing the vehicle. They may look fine on the surface, but it’s impossible to tell if they’re in good condition without specialist equipment and a trained eye. The last thing you need is to purchase a second hand 4WD, only to have to replace the tires a couple of months down the track.
When it comes to our 4WD Inspections, we don’t just look at the tiers and guess the amount of wear and tear and provide a vague number. A GPS 4WD Car Inspector will scan the tread and disk brakes with a laser that provides uneven wear analysis measurement within 0.1mm. This allows high accuracy and detailed replacement & maintenance suggestions for tire service. We’ll even look up your 4WD tire in a DOT code database to check expiration notices and tire recall information.
The Chassis Could be Damaged
The chassis of a car is the frame that supports the body and all the other components. It’s typically made from steel or aluminium and is designed to be strong and lightweight. However, the increased ground clearance of a four-wheel-drive car can make the chassis more susceptible to damage and off road driving can put the chassis of a car through a massive amount of wear and tear. An intact chassis, free of cracks and damage is essential for the safety of your car. A damaged chassis can lead to a host of problems, such as:
You Should Have Your
4WD Inspected for Shifter Fork Damage
4WD or AWD
Inspected in Sydney?
4WD Car Inspectors, offering a 5-star service. If you’re looking to have peace of mind
when purchasing your next 4WD or all-wheel drive, get in touch with us now!