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What do Uber and Lyft look for on their car inspection

Updated: Feb 15

Before you are approved to drive your car must be inspected. Their main concern is that everything is working properly on your car , and that the tread on your tires is okay. Drivers have to undergo this inspection every year

19 Points Checked:

  1. Headlights

  2. Tail-lights

  3. Turn indicator lights

  4. Break lights

  5. Foot brakes

  6. Emergency/parking brake

  7. Steering mechanism

  8. Windshield

  9. Heat and air conditioning

  10. Front, rear and side window

  11. Front seat adjustment mechanism

  12. Door controls (open, close, lock)

  13. Horn

  14. Speedometer

  15. Body condition/damage

  16. Muffler and exhaust system

  17. Condition of tires, including tread depth

  18. Interior and exterior rearview mirrors

  19. Safety belts for driver and passengers


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