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Professionals have installed the latest car inspection equipment at the Vehicle Inspection Centre in Philipsburg. Vehicles will have to go through an alignment machine, followed by a suspension tester which checks the shock absorbers front and back, checks the brakes and all four wheels of the vehicle. Story on page .

PHILIPSBURG–Professionals at Bright Idea NV have installed the latest car inspection equipment at the Vehicle Inspection Centre in Philipsburg. The machinery has been in use for two weeks and inspectors can immediately pinpoint any issues with cars being inspected.

The drive-through machinery begins with checking the vehicle with an alignment machine. Vehicle inspector Joseph Olivacce informed The Daily Herald that the process of inspecting a vehicle takes longer, but is very thorough.

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“It is still US $21 to inspect your vehicle, but you can fail easier because we are able to get a complete diagnostic of the vehicle inside and out. We have been using this new software that identifies the issues with the car once scanned. The software is French and in the coming weeks, an English version of the software will be used for inspections,” stated Olivacce.

Vehicles will have to go through an alignment machine, followed by a suspension tester which checks the shock absorbers front and back, checks the brakes and all four wheels of the vehicle. The lights of the vehicle are also tested by the heavy machinery.

The final stage is the car lift machine. Inspectors then check for damage under the car, rotten spots, footbrake lines, CV joints and control arms.

Motorists can make use of the centre for their inspection and if there are any questions, persons are encouraged to visit the business on weekdays during working hours.

Source: The Daily Herald https://www.thedailyherald.sx/islands/88208-new-machinery-installed-at-vehicle-inspection-centre

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