Keeping your vehicle in peak operating condition is the best way to ensure your safety on the road as well as reducing your overall motoring costs in Abuja and its environs. Regular inspections can help you identify potential hazards and save you money by preventing additional damage before it happens. It is for these reasons that the Temple Resources has partnered with Vehicle Inspection Office (VIO), a recognized Nigerian vehicle-monitoring organization to make Abuja roads safer and healthy for inhabitants
Safety We want every journey that you make to be a safe one. Inspecting your vehicle at least twice a year will ensure that it is safe to drive.Regular inspection ensure vehicles are road worthy which indicate that the vehicle are safe to be on the road.
After your vehicle has passed an inspection, you can drive assured and confident that it is fit for the road.Believing that all vehicle are inspected, drivers can be confidence that only roadworthy vehicle are on the road
Vehicles emit smoke and dangerous gases that pollute the environment. Our emissions inspection ensures your vehicle does not discharge excessive amount of harmful gases.Ensuring that vehicle that emit dangerous gases and smoke are off the road, the environment is safe, road users and drivers breathe fresh and clean air
Inspections can save you money in the long run as small defects can be identified and rectified before they become major issues. Well maintained vehicles run more efficiently, so you get the most out of every drop of fuel.Inspections ensure early detection of faults this leads to early
[shc_shortcode class=”shc_mybox”]Inspection ensures that faults are detected and vehicle owners are informed. At the mechanic workshop, the owner directs the mechanic to localized faults and the issue is quickly resolved there removing the trial and error method of vehicle repairs that is currently the norm. Vehicles that are properly maintained are proven to be safer and to have significant financial and business benefits for the operator’s business. On the other hand, vehicles that are not roadworthy are more likely to break-down and be involved in collisions, leading to delays and at worst to serious injury and fatality.Prior information about vehicle condition have substantial financial and health benefits in comparison to when owners of vehicle does not have idea about the condition of their cars with the implication of vehicle breakdown, accidents, high maintenance cost and delay The current standard of road worthiness condition of many vehicles on the roads is unacceptable and dangerous: in 2011, 73% of HCVs failed their annual test first time. Vehicle road worthiness checks on 134,919 vehicles revealed defects in almost half of them, with 62% showing defects serious enough to need immediate action, such as impoundment, repair on site or a new test. The most common defects involved brakes, lights, markings, tyres and wheels.[/shc_shortcode]