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Inspections and Diagnostics
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Code violations can cost your fleet hundreds to thousands of dollars in fines and will keep your vehicle out of service. Best One’s ASE-certified mechanics are qualified to inspect and grade your commercial trucks to ensure all aspects of the vehicle are up to code.
Aside from passing inspections, our job is to service your truck. When you bring your vehicle into our shop with a known issue or for routine service, we always perform preemptive inspections. Running diagnostics is the first thing we do before determining what parts need to be tuned, repaired, or replaced. Don’t wait until the problem is pointed out by authorities or causes an issue on the road, consult with Best One for professional inspections.
* Additional parts may be inspected but not noted on this list.
A comprehensive inspection takes a couple of hours.
We will determine if it’s a safety issue. We have the capabilities to handle repairs same-day.
We provide all documents for your annual inspections. During the preventative maintenance check, many customers will go ahead and opt to do the annual inspection required by the USDOT since many exams fall close to the renewal date.
Annually. The U.S. Department of Transportation requires a commercial vehicle inspections every 12 months. Additionally, many highways have inspection stops to check that your vehicle meets DOT standards and are safe to drive.