lights

 

When your vehicle is inspected, it is important to remember to check all the parts and components of it. This should include all the lights of the vehicle. The headlights, taillights, and turn signals will need to be checked to ensure they are in the best operating condition. If the light bulb goes out, it will need to be replaced as soon as you can. When it is dark out at night or during a storm, the lights will need to be turned on. If the lights are not working, then your safety will decrease. Make sure that you bring the vehicle in if you happen to notice any issues with the lights.

Headlights

The headlights should be checked to ensure the high beams and low beams regularly. By doing so, you can make sure that your visibility is the best it can be. When you put the lights on bright, you should be able to see further ahead when you drive. The ditches can also be seen easier when the lights are on bright. When the lights are on the lowest setting, or fog lights, then you can see when the weather is less than ideal.

Blinkers

Remember to also have the turn signals inspected. These operate in both the front and back of your vehicle. The turn signals or blinkers are important because without them, you might be involved in an accident when you drive. If a blinker does not work correctly, you might be turning in the direction that someone is passing you or trying to get around you on. You can check the blinkers by parking, turning on the left one and getting out to see if it works. Then go and do the same thing to the right blinker to ensure that it is also working. If there is an issue, or the blinker does not always work, bring it in so we can inspect the vehicle for you.