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Vehicle Pre Purchase Inspection

A pre-purchase inspection is an evaluation of a vehicle by a qualified technician to determine its condition and identify any existing or potential problems before purchasing. With a pre-purchase inspection, a potential buyer can make an informed decision when buying a used car. Such inspection can consume a few hours to complete, depending on the vehicle's make and model and the inspector's evaluation level. Here are some of the areas of the vehicle that may be inspected during a pre-purchase inspection: 1. Exterior and Interior Condition: This includes checking for damages, rust, body repairs, and paintwork. 2. Tires, Brakes, and Wheels: Includes ensuring that the brakes and tires are in good condition, with enough tread depth, sufficient braking capabilities, and no tire damage. 3. Engine: Checking for fluid leaks, condition of belts, hoses, battery, wiring, and general operating condition. 4. Suspension and Steering: This includes evaluating the conditions of the shocks, st