PNIDD commercial vehicle inspections are carried out on everything from lights vehicles to vans to heavy goods vehicles.
Why do the Inspections of vehicles is important
What inspections are available?
Roadworthiness inspections – these report on defects that could affect the safety, legality or reliability of your vehicle before the next scheduled inspection. The inspection covers all the items, as well as items that should be covered by driver walk around checks.
Maintenance inspections – these in-depth visual examinations build upon the roadworthiness inspections to give you valuable insights into maintenance standards and the general care of the vehicle. The inspection looks at paintwork and livery, along with tyre tread depth and partially worn components.
Pre-purchase inspections – these provide information on the condition of a vehicle before you buy. You’ll receive a full maintenance inspection, a standard road and brake test, plus a report on the details of the vehicle such as plated weights, test certificate details and tyre types.
End-of-lease inspections – these provide an objective third-party report on the condition of vehicles before they’re returned. Our reports will highlight areas that require repair before the vehicle is returned.
Due diligence inspections – these examine the condition of a vehicle fleet or assess its financial value in the event of a takeover or merger.
Lifting equipment inspections – these full visual examinations are available as an addition to your roadworthiness or maintenance inspections. They focus on the operation and mechanics of lifting equipment and include tail lifts, lorry mounted cranes, bin lifts and demountable body systems.