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The inspector conducts a thorough examination of the entire brake system, meticulously assessing critical components such as brake pads or shoes, brake discs or drums, brake lines, and the brake master cylinder. Each component is scrutinized for signs of wear, damage, or deterioration that could compromise braking effectiveness. They rigorously test the braking system's performance under various conditions to ensure it can safely bring the vehicle to a stop with smooth and responsive action, without any sponginess or delays. The inspection also includes a careful evaluation of the parking brake mechanism to verify its proper functionality, ensuring it engages securely and holds the vehicle stationary when applied, especially on inclines. This comprehensive inspection is essential for maintaining vehicle safety by identifying and addressing any potential issues promptly, thereby ensuring reliable braking performance and driver confidence on the road.

Brake Inspection:

The vehicle's lighting system undergoes a thorough inspection to ensure it meets safety standards and provides reliable performance. This includes checking headlights, brake lights, turn signals, reverse lights, and other required lamps as per local regulations. Each lamp is examined for proper alignment, brightness, and functionality. Headlights are inspected to ensure they illuminate correctly and are properly aligned for optimal nighttime visibility. Brake lights and turn signals are tested to ensure they activate promptly and are visible to other drivers. Reverse lights are checked to confirm they illuminate when the vehicle is in reverse gear. Additionally, the inspector examines the wiring and connections of the lighting system to detect any shorts or electrical issues that could affect performance. This meticulous inspection ensures that the vehicle's lighting system operates effectively, enhancing safety and compliance on the road.

Lamp Inspection:

If any components of the brake or lamp systems are found to be out of compliance or not functioning properly during inspection, adjustments or repairs may be necessary to ensure safety and regulatory compliance. This could include replacing faulty bulbs to restore proper illumination and visibility. Adjustments may also be made to align lamps correctly, ensuring optimal lighting coverage and visibility on the road. Issues with brake components, such as worn brake pads or malfunctioning brake lights, may require immediate attention to maintain effective braking performance and signaling capabilities. By addressing these issues promptly, mechanics ensure that the vehicle meets safety standards and operates reliably, enhancing driver safety and compliance with road regulations.

Adjustments and Repairs:

After completing the inspection, the inspector provides documentation typically in the form of a certificate or detailed report confirming the vehicle's passing status in the brake and lamp inspection. This documentation serves as official proof that the vehicle's brake and lighting systems comply with safety regulations and operate effectively. It includes comprehensive details of the inspection findings, noting any adjustments made or components replaced to ensure compliance. This certificate or report is important for vehicle owners as it validates the vehicle's roadworthiness and adherence to legal requirements, providing peace of mind that the brakes and lighting systems are in proper working order.


The inspection ensures that the vehicle meets safety standards and regulations established by the local transportation authority, ensuring compliance is necessary for legal operation on public roads. This thorough examination verifies that crucial safety systems such as brakes and lighting meet specified criteria, enhancing overall road safety. By adhering to these standards, vehicles contribute to safer driving conditions for all road users, minimizing risks associated with faulty brakes or inadequate lighting. Compliance with regulatory requirements not only ensures legal operation but also promotes responsible vehicle maintenance and enhances public safety on the roads.

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