The periodic inspection of the car is considered one of the most important traffic safety programmes, as through it the General Traffic Department is keen to implement the highest levels of traffic safety to avoid accidents.
The examination helps to detect any defect in the car before it worsens, which helps in the safety of your car and in avoiding costly mechanical breakdowns.
The examination includes a number of external parts of the car, such as the color and structure of the car, as well as plates, lights and signals, as well as the condition of the car’s engine, some internal parts, and some lower parts of the car.
The following are the most important parts covered by the periodic examination:
- Engine and spark plugs
Engine oil level
Transmission oil level
Radiator fluid level
Air filter and fuel filter
- the car body
- the battery
Car bulbs and electric car functions
Air cooling system (AC)
- Steering wheel and steering system
- Suspension system
The periodic inspection of the car is carried out once a year or every 6 months, especially if it is more than 5 years old. The inspection is also carried out during traffic procedures, when traveling, when selling or buying a car, when there is any technical defect, and when any fundamental modification is made to the vehicle. its engine, body or colour.