Lamp Inspection Checklist
All originally equipped lighting equipment must be in working order, Please inspect the following lights before your appointment: headlamps, tail lamps, marker lamps, back-up lamps, brake lamps (third lamp if required), license plate lamps, turn signals, high beam indicator and any and all warning lamps.
Headlamps must be aimable. All adjusting hardware must be in good working order.
Lenses must be intact.
All reflectors must be intact.
Body damage that interferes with the visibility of lighting equipment must be repaired prior to inspection.
If the vehicle is equipped with aftermarket lighting equipment, it must work or be removed. This includes fog lamps and KC style spot lamps.
Brake Inspection Checklist
Brake shoes or pads must be within the manufacturer's specifications.
Brake drums and rotors must be within the manufacturer's specifications and they will be measured.
All braking hardware must be present, installed correctly, and in working order.
No signs of leakage in the hydraulic system, this includes a master cylinder, wheel cylinders, calipers, valves, lines, and connections.
Check the hoses, no cracks are allowed.
Warning lamps. They must glow when they are supposed to glow and be off when they are supposed to be off.
The emergency brake must be capable of holding the vehicle on a 6% grade.
The vehicle must be able to stop (panic) in less than 20 feet at a speed of 25mph.
We are official brake and light inspection station serving Napa, Vallejo, Fairfield, American Canyon, Sonoma, St Helena, Yountville, and many more areas.