Arrow Automotive Mechanics: Are
trained to inspect tires and battery during the state inspection
service. What to look for is important and it is detailed in
the PA. State Safety Inspection Manual.
most common problems include: Tire pressure, tears or bubbling on
the side wall. Of course, general tread wear is noted and might
require immediate attention.
In many cases wear is caused by over or under inflation, but our
technicians know how to diagnose other problems that may be serious
in nature. Certain patterns of wear will display steering and/or
suspension problems. The proper diagnosis leads the mechanic to a
start point where problems that could cause an accident are
evaluated and eliminated. This is one of the main points in the PA.
battery is another point of safety covered by the PA. regulations.
Not all inspectors take time to look for loose mounting, rusted
battery trays and poor battery connections.
As stated in the rules, the vehicle must be capable of starting
using battery power. If the battery is not charged properly the
inspection cannot be completed, therefore the battery is part of the
automobile safety inspection.
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