Qualified technicians can alert you to other issues that are not addressed during CVIP Inspections. A good technician should be able to tell you about things such as electrical problems or vehicle body concerns that may require welding or fabrication. They should also be able to notice uneven wear and tear on tires and address the root of the problem, which could be faulty vehicle alignment or unbalanced tires. Inspection companies that have been in business for a number of years typically have technicians with the experience necessary to take notice of problems that are not technically part of the CVIP Inspections requirements.
It is usually a good idea to ask other commercial vehicle owners for references when you are searching out a facility to handle your CVIP Inspections. Once you find a competent facility with quality inspectors, it is wise to stick with it and establish a relationship with one technician who will come to know and understand your vehicle