Vehicle Inspection

AAM Logistics inspectors are highly qualified and trained to specifically evaluate your vehicle. AAM Logistics inspects vehicles that are classics as well as newer vehicles, some restrictions apply.
The inspectors will look at the exterior, interior, underneath the vehicle,under-the-hood compartment and all documents of the vehicle. Listed below are some of the items inspected.
AAM Logistics Inspection report provides a comprehensive review of a vehicle’s interior and exterior and is a valuable tool in taking the decision to buy.
Exterior
Scratches, Pits, “Spider-Webs,” and Cracks on Windshield and/or Windows,Scratches, Dings, and Dents on panels,Previous body repair,Previous paint work,Body Panel Alignment,Tires Condition and Tread Depth.
Interior
Upholstery and carpet condition including tears, stains, burns and excessive wear Functionality of electrical components such as radio, power windows, power sunroof, power locks, interior dome light, headlamps, reverse lights, ect.
Functionality of standard features such as side mirrors, emergency brake, cigarette lighter, remote trunk lid, remote fuel cover
Dashboard features- voltage meter, check engine light, ABS light,Evidence of smoke or pungent odors,Testing HVAC systems (Air Conditioning and Heating)
Vehicle Identification Number Verification,Fluid leaks,Hood Alignment and Strut Functionality,Battery Corrosion and Lockdown,Motor oil level & condition
Power Steering level,Brake Fluid level,Unusual engine or transmission noise,Hoses and belts condition,Previous collision damage in the radiator core support area
Under Hood
Frame Rail Inspection,Fluid leaks,Observable condition of the exhaust system,Previous collision damage,Inspection of rust corrosion,Visible condition of the oil pan, transmission compartment,Previous under carriage repair,Evidence of clamp marks.
Under Carriage
AAM Logistics suggests an optional test drive as part of the inspection process. By test driving the vehicle, the inspector will gain valuable information about the vehicle. The test drive confirms the following components and/ or issues:
Transmission/ Clutch,Vehicle Acceleration,Steering and Handling,Brakes,Abnormal Engine Noise,Odometer Functionality,Excessive Exhaust Smoke
AAM Logistics and its inspectors reserve the right not participate in the test drive in the event that the inspector deems the road and/ or weather conditions as hazardous for test driving conditions.The inspector makes the final decision. AAM Logistics Inspection report provides a comprehensive review of a vehicle’s interior and exterior and is a valuable tool in taking the decision to buy.