body and chassis

Protect yourself from collision and rust damage with a full body inspection

 

The body and chassis inspection is often the most important aspect of a vehicle assessment.  After all, no one wants to buy a car that has been in a major accident!

The structural integrity of a vehicle significantly affects its resale value. But more importantly, it impacts on the safety of the car. Any major collision or rust damage can compromise the structural safety of a vehicle. As a result our vehicle body & chassis inspection incorporates a detailed safety check across the entire vehicle body shell.

Our detailed body & chassis inspection identifies any areas of the vehicle affected by repairs (minor & major), scratches, cosmetic touch ups, rust, or dents. A number of intricate techniques are used to identify body damage including measuring the consistency in the paint depth and analysing the symmetry in panel alignment. If there’s any damage to the body of the vehicle, you can be sure we’ll find it.

 

A body & chassis report from State Roads will ensure detailed testing of the following:

  • All panels including paint depth testing
  • Major body repairs
  • Turn signal lights
  • Fog lamps
  • Tail lights
  • Emergency flasher Hazard Lights
  • Headlights
  • Rust and Rust repairs
  • Brake lights
  • Parking lamps
  • License plate light
  • Reverse lamps
  • Windscreen
  • Door operations

I was pleasantly surprised that you offer a 5 page detailed report, instead of a 2 page summary that NRMA provide. Also you do guaranteed laser paint readings to see how much body work the car has had which I think is amazing. Just want to thank the inspector Jason who came out to have a look at the car, and afterwards spoke to me on the phone with his recommendation. He was very helpful and knowledgeable. He knew his way around a rotary engine and recommended some repairs which the dealer will take care of thanks to you.

Danny Janevski