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    Why You Should Never Skip a Regular Car Inspection

    Regular car inspection is an essential part of car ownership. It is an opportunity to identify and address potential problems with your car. It also gives peace of mind knowing your vehicle is safe and reliable. Skipping a regular car inspection can lead to costly repairs or, worse, a breakdown on the road. This is why it’s important to always attend a routine car inspection. 

    Inspecting Your Tires

    The importance of inspecting your tires cannot be overstated. Not only do properly inflated and maintained tires ensure your safety, but they can also save your time and money in the long run. 

    Inspecting your tires regularly can help prevent problems on the road and keep you safe. In addition, taking the time to rotate your tires can save you time and money in the long run.

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    Checking Your Brakes

    When checking your brakes, the first step is to look for any signs of wear and tear. A wear indicator is installed, which will let you know when the brake is worn and needs replacing. Also, check for debris or dirt blocking your brakes from working correctly. Finally, if you see any damage to the brake pads, you will need to replace them as soon as possible.

    Checking Your Lights

    In inspecting your lights, there are a few key components you should pay attention to. Start with your headlights, ensuring that both the high and low beams function correctly. Next, check for any visible signs of damage or dimness. If your headlights are damaged, they must be replaced as soon as possible for safety reasons. 

    Checking Your Fluids

    You should check the levels, quality, and condition when inspecting your fluids. It’s best to do this when the engine is cold. To monitor the oil level, pull the dipstick out and wipe it clean with a towel or rag. Then, reinsert it and pull it back out. Add more oil if the oil level is below the “minimum” line on the dipstick. Use the type of oil recommended in your owner’s manual.

    Checking Your Battery

    A weak or damaged battery can cause issues when starting your car or result in unexpected stalls while driving. To check your battery’s health, ensure the connections are clean and secure. You should also use a voltmeter to measure the battery’s charge; a healthy battery should read 12.6 volts or higher. If your car shows decreased power or difficulty starting, have the battery checked and replaced if necessary. 

    Reach out to us today at Allegiance Automotive for a regular car inspection or any other service your vehicle may need!


    Contact Allegiance Automotive

    Phone: 303-938-9454


    Address: 4939 Broadway Street #60
    Boulder, CO 80304

    Hours: M-F: 7:30 am – 5:00 pm
    Closed Saturday and Sunday