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What does a comprehensive vehicle inspection include?

The inspection will include everything the manufacturer specifies and is required for the logbook service. Everything below, and much much more!

  • 1. Test drive

    The engine, drivetrain, brakes and suspension in your vehicle will be tested to ensure that they are up to standard.

  • 2. Operational check

    The standard components of your vehicle such as seat belts, lights, wipers including washers and arm mechanism, horn will be inspected. The air/cabin filters and housing will also be checked.

  • 3. Digital battery check

    Your battery will be tested and printed results will be provided.

  • 4. Vehicle digital diagnostic scan

    A complete electronic diagnostic scan, with forefront equipment.

  • 5. Inspection of underbody

    A visual inspection will be conducted for leaks from your engine, exhaust system, fuel line and gearbox.

  • 6. Tyre pressure and tread wear check

    The condition, pressure and tread wear of your tyres (including the spare) will be inspected to ensure that it is up to the legal standard.

  • 7. Brake wear recommendation

    A precise measurement can be provided to you. This will also include a fluid condition check.

  • 8. Suspension system check

    Joints and bearings in your vehicle will be checked for any leaks.

  • 9. Final assessment of vehicle

    The wheels are cross checked and a final road test is performed to ensure quality of the service and operations performed.

Exhausts and emissions

Last updated 01/06/2020

Australians are growing ever more aware of the impact that cars are having on the environment. Here’s some additional information on how to keep your exhaust emission levels safe.

Keeping silent

All cars must be fitted with a silencing device to reduce noise emissions and comply with the required stationary noise level standards.

Controlling emissions

Australia put vehicle emission standards in place in the 1970s, and these have been progressively tightened over the past 40 years. The aim is to ensure all vehicles meet tight emission standards and that air quality therefore improves.

Emission limits vary, depending on whether you drive a light or heavy vehicle, and there are a series of performance standards that specify the maximum levels of emissions permitted under a specified test.

It’s been a requirement that all vehicle manufacturers fit catalytic converters to light petrol and LPG vehicles in order to meet the emission limits introduced in the mid 1980s.

Servicing your exhaust

The team of expert technicians atmycar offer a full range of services and general mechanical repairs for your vehicle. All work is covered by our industry-leading, Australia-wide guarantee.

Is your car's exhaust system due for a check-up?

If your car is due for a service, or the exhaust system needs checking , then call us on 13 13 28 to book a service, or find your nearest store

Please note: Requirements vary, depending on the car make and model, and the state or territory in which you drive, so it's important to check with your local motor authority if you have any questions.

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Does your car need its exhaust system looked at? 

If your car's exhaust system is in need of some TLC , the mycar team are experts in car diagnosis and exhaust repairs, call us on 13 13 28 or find your nearest store.

How do I find a car exhaust repair shop near me?

If your car exhaust system needs checking, servicing or repairing, you’re sure to find a mycar store near you with over 260 convenient locations around Australia.

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