The sticker located on your windshield includes the necessary details of your auto inspection, including the date when your inspection should be renewed. Your local auto repair shop will issue you a new sticker after each inspection is performed.
During your inspection, your auto mechanic will conduct tests and routine auto service updates on a variety of car parts that could include (but aren’t limited to) the following:
- Brake pads
- Tire rotation
- Bulbs (turn signals, brake lights, and headlights)
- Parking brake
- Windshield wipers
- Wheel assembly
- Exhaust system
- Motor, serial, or identification number
- Exhaust emission system
When you come to your inspection, be prepared. Make sure you bring the following information:
- Proof of liability insurance
- Photo ID
Visit your local Christian Brothers auto repair shop to schedule your upcoming car inspection with a knowledgeable service technician you can trust.