Inspect the brake system to ensure that it is properly functioning and not corroded or worn out.
2. Tire Tread
Ensure that the tires have adequate tread depth so they can perform safely on the road, regardless of conditions.
3. Lights & Reflectors
Check to make sure all exterior lights and reflectors are working correctly and that no bulbs need to be replaced.
Ensure that the vehicle’s horn is functioning correctly so drivers can alert other motorists in an emergency situation.
Check the steering system for any signs of wear or damage, as well as any leaks from the power steering system.
Check the suspension system for any signs of wear, damage, or leaks from components such as shocks and struts.
7. Exhaust System
Inspect the exhaust system to ensure that it is functioning correctly and not emitting excessive levels of hazardous gases into the air.
8. Fuel System
Inspect the fuel system to ensure that there are no leaks and that the engine is performing at its optimal level.
9. Glass & Mirrors
Check the windows and mirrors for any cracks or other damage, ensuring they are in proper condition before driving.
10. Seat Belts & Airbags
Ensure that all seat belts and airbags are functioning correctly for the protection of drivers and passengers.