So nothing takes you by surprise

YOUR VEHICLE PASSES ITS SAFETY INSPECTION

Enjoy the pleasure of driving, secure in the knowledge that nothing unexpected will disturb your journey. Thanks to the First Stop safety inspection. In our workshops, we can diagnose more than 30 check points, allowing us to understand the condition of your vehicle, and prevent any future breakdowns and possible mishaps. So that all you need to do is drive.

HELLO SAFETY INSPECTION, GOODBYE TO UNEXPECTED PROBLEMS

No-one enjoys being let down by their car, so before taking a trip or going on holiday, or just to make sure your car is reliable every day, it is essential to tune up your car so it can handle the mileage you expect. First Stop's safety inspection will give you the confidence you need, with its 30 check points diagnostic process.

We inspect the status of the vehicle, and carry out a full service of brakes, tyres, alignment, battery, etc. So it will be in perfect condition, ready to go, avoiding possible breakdowns and extending the life of your vehicle.

WHEN SHOULD I TAKE THE CAR FOR THE SAFETY INSPECTION?

Are you going on a long journey? Is the MOT coming up in a few days? Is it some time since your car had a service? Have you noticed something is not working properly? Stay calm. At First Stop, we do a safety inspection which covers more than 30 check points on your vehicle. You can set off without fear of being let down, and you will know about the current condition of your car, so you can prevent any future problems.

WHY SHOULD THE CAR HAVE THE SAFETY INSPECTION?

  • Avoid possible emergencies
  • Warns of more serious faults
  • Reduces the financial cost of maintaining your vehicle
  • Reduces environmental impact
  • Your vehicle will last longer.

FAQs

WHAT ARE THE CHECK POINTS FOR THE SAFETY INSPECTION?

Under the bonnet

  • Oil level
  • Air filter
  • Car interior filter
  • Diesel filter
  • Anti-freeze level

Brakes

  • Brake pads
  • Brake shoes
  • Brake disks
  • Drums
  • Brake fluid level
  • State of brake fluid
  • Brake circuit/leaks

Air conditioning

  • Operation, cooling temperature and airflow

Batteries

  • Connections
  • Level (without maintenance)
  • Level of charge
  • Alternator

Shock absorption

  • Shock absorbers, ball joints and leaks

Steering and transmission

  • Front and rear bearings
  • Steering fluid level
  • Transmission boot
  • Steering joints

Visibility

  • Windscreen glass
  • Windscreen wiper blades
  • Windscreen washer fluid
  • Lighting
  • Lamps and headlights
  • Rear view mirrors

Exhaust system

  • Exhaust pipe

Tyres

  • Actual tread depth
  • Actual pressure
  • Wear, condition