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  • The inspector checks the condition of the brake components, including brake pads or shoes, brake discs or drums, brake lines, and the brake master cylinder.

  • They assess the effectiveness of the braking system to ensure that it can bring the vehicle to a stop safely.

  • The parking brake is also inspected to ensure it functions properly.

Brake Inspection:

  • The lighting system of the vehicle is thoroughly examined. This includes headlights, brake lights, turn signals, reverse lights, and any other lamps required by local regulations.

  • The inspector checks for proper alignment, brightness, and functionality of each lamp.

  • Wiring and connections are inspected to ensure there are no shorts or other electrical issues.

Lamp Inspection:

  • If any components of the brake or lamp systems are found to be out of compliance or not functioning properly, adjustments or repairs may be required.

  • This could involve replacing faulty bulbs, adjusting the alignment of lamps, or addressing issues with the brake components.

Adjustments and Repairs:

  • After the inspection, the inspector provides documentation, often in the form of a certificate or report, stating that the vehicle has passed the brake and lamp inspection.


  • The inspection ensures that the vehicle meets the safety standards and regulations set by the local transportation authority. Compliance is necessary for legal operation on public roads.

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