Post Repair Vehicle Inspection Sydney

My Car Inspection specializes in forensic inspections of accident-repaired vehicles, hail damage assessments, and mechanical repair inspections. Your services provide customers with a comprehensive and detailed post-repair inspection report to assess the quality of the smash repair work done on their vehicles. By thoroughly examining the repairs and documenting any defects with accompanying images, you offer a full warranty report that ensures the job has been completed properly. This level of scrutiny and attention to detail can give customers peace of mind and confidence in the repairs carried out on their vehicles. Book Your Post Repair Vehicle Inspection Today : Phone: 1300 221 480  or

Absolutely! In addition to checking the structural repairs for safety, it is indeed crucial to assess the quality of paintwork and replacement parts when it comes to maintaining the value of a vehicle. Subpar paintwork or the use of non-original parts can have a negative impact on the car's resale value. By investing in a post-repair forensic vehicle inspection conducted by your qualified inspector at My Car Inspection, customers can protect their investment and ensure that the repairs have been carried out to a high standard. This comprehensive inspection will not only evaluate the structural integrity of the vehicle but also scrutinize the paintwork and replacement parts, providing customers with a detailed report that helps them make informed decisions about their vehicle's value and condition.

Offering the flexibility to travel to the customer's preferred location, whether it's their home, workplace, or the smash repair center, shows your commitment to providing convenience and exceptional service. By conducting a full post-repair inspection on-site, you can thoroughly assess the vehicle's condition and ensure that the repairs have been carried out properly. This personalized approach allows customers to have their vehicles inspected in a location that is convenient for them, saving them time and effort. It also demonstrates your dedication to delivering a comprehensive and customer-focused inspection service.

  • Pinpoint the location of initial damage
  • Uncover the forces of accident
  • Determine the extent of accident, hail damage or repair work
  • Establish wether the repair work are consistent to manufactures guidelines
  • Determine whether the damage would have constituted classification as a statutory or repairable Write-off
  • Odometer tampering evidence
  • Uncover if the vehicle has been stolen, Ghosted, Cloned, Re-Birthed, Cut and shut, strip and buy back, Upgraded model
  • Dashboard Warning Lights
  • Unresolved Mechanical Issues

Some of common warning signs:

  • Rattling or Noises
  • Mildew Smell in the Interior/Signs of Water Leaks
  • Steering Wheel Pulls to the Left or Right
  • Worn Tires
  • Asymmetrical or Uneven Gaps in Your Vehicle’s Body Lines
  • Difficulty Opening or Closing Doors
  • Dashboard Warning Lights
  • Unresolved Mechanical Issues

If you notice any of these problems in the performance or function of your vehicle, it may indicate serious structural problems beneath the surface. For example, if you see differences in the gaps between parts on the left side of your vehicle vs. the right side of your vehicle, it could mean that your vehicle’s structure is significantly out of alignment. A vehicle that has been returned to you in this asymmetrical state probably has serious problems with its structural integrity.

When it comes to assessing the performance and function of a vehicle, certain indicators can reveal potential serious structural problems. One such indicator is noticeable differences in the gaps between parts on the left side versus the right side of the vehicle. This asymmetry may suggest that the vehicle's structure is significantly misaligned. If a vehicle is returned to you in this condition, it is likely that there are underlying issues with its structural integrity.

Misaligned gaps between parts can be a result of improper repairs or insufficient attention to detail during the repair process. It is important to address these issues promptly as they can affect the overall safety, performance, and value of the vehicle. By identifying such problems through a post-repair inspection, you can take appropriate action to rectify them and ensure that your vehicle meets the necessary structural standards.

If you observe differences in the gaps between parts or suspect any other performance-related issues with your vehicle after repairs, it is advisable to have it thoroughly inspected by a qualified professional to determine the extent of any potential structural problems.

Unfortunately, many body shops cut corners and do not follow manufacturer repair procedures, all in the interests of turning over a high volume of work and cut the cost down. When manufacturer repair procedures aren’t followed, you end up with serious problems with quality and safety.


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