A major collision put a temporary stop to your vehicle’s forward motion, but a salvage inspection could be just the kickstart you need. After earning write-off status from the insurance agency, your vehicle must go through an assessment to determine what needs to be done to make it safely drivable again. This kind of work requires a seasoned perspective. Collisions can result in structural deficiencies and material faults that may not be detectable without in-depth examinations. In some cases, damaged vehicles may even be beyond hope.
In addition to performing salvage inspections according to accepted standards, our goal is to clarify the status of your vehicle and furnish you with a workable plan. Whether you want to use your repaired truck as a commercial Albertan driver or sell it, we help you figure out how much you’ll spend to reach your goals affordably. Our shop has the distinct advantage of specializing in industry-leading commercial truck repairs and salvage inspections. There’s no one more qualified or capable of returning your vehicle to its former roadworthy status. From performing the inspection to completing heavy truck repairs in our truck body shop, Calgary Heavy Trucks will get you back to work.
SALVAGE INSPECTION CHECKS
We're always prepared to work with you to satisfy your unique objectives. You may just need a simple salvage inspection before you sell your vehicle, or you might want a complete overhaul to match. Whether you’re going to get back behind the saddle or move on to a new rig, we’re committed to being a reliable partner that facilitates your dreams affordably. Our certified truck mechanics employ leading diagnostic procedures and scanning technologies to uncover and eliminate potentially hazardous issues. We perform our repairs in-house, so we’re able to guarantee exacting levels of quality control. Our process includes test driving your truck to ensure that steering, brakes, habitability, instrumentation, wiring and other systems function flawlessly. Inspections are the gateway to driving professionally again, and being able to operate safely is just as vital to your continued success.
Following your initial salvage inspection, your vehicle must be repaired according to original equipment manufacturer, or OEM, and Inter-industry Conference on Auto Collision Repairs, or I-CAR standards. The repairs need to be documented photographically, and the vehicle must undergo additional inspections after they’re complete. In other words, this isn’t a job for amateurs. At Calgary Heavy Trucks, we’ve drastically simplified the process of restoring salvage vehicles. From light trailers, commercial vehicles and light trucks to heavy trucks that have seen better days, we’re renowned for our ability to discover hidden structural damage and systems deficiencies that might compromise the safe operation of your vehicle.
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