16406 East Fwy I-10
Monday - Friday
Open at 8:00am & take the last Inspections at 4:00pm
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ARI Payment | ComCheck Company Check | ERS
GE Fleet Certified | M/C Lease Plan & Visa
Q 1: How can I obtain a copy of my inspection report?
A: Just follow these steps:
1.) Click on this link http://www.dps.texas.gov/
2.) Click (bottom right): Vehicle Inspection
3.) Click (first column in the middle) Download your Vehicle Inspection Report (VIR)
Q 2: How to find an Inspection Station?
Q 3: What will you be Inspecting on my truck and trailer?
Q 4: Do you provide a Mobile Service for State D.O.T. Inspections?
A: No we are not allowed to go to your premises because it's illegal.
Q 5: What do I need to have, for a Commercial Inspections?
A: Valid Liability Insurance good for at least 30 Days. Make sure you have a readable
Data plate (Readable Vin Number)
Q 6: Do I need an appointment?
A: No appointment needed.
Q 7: What is the difference between a Texas D.O.T. & F.M.C.S.A., inspection?
A: If your vehicle is registered in Texas, you need the Texas D.O.T. inspection.
Some States, only do F.M.C.S.A. inspection.
Read the rule 396.17 thru 396.21 Periodic inspection.
Q 8: What does F.M.C.S.A. mean?
A: Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
Q 9: What does CSA mean?
A: Compliance Safety Accountability
Q10: How do I bring my score down? What Score?
A: Check your "Safety Data record " http://ai.fmcsa.dot.gov/
Stay on the Home Page - Go to "Motor Carrier Safety and Perfomance Data"
Type your USDOT# or Motor Carrier (MC) # or "Company Name.
Q11: Do I have to pay if my vehicle fails?
A: Yes, you do, we did an inspection. Read next question!
Q12: What happens if my vehicle fails?
A: If your vehicle fails, you have 15 days to repair it and come back & receive
(1) Free re-inspection.
Q13: Can I get an inspection on a rainy day?
A: Yes, we can inspect your vehicle on rainy days.
Q14: I am moving to Texas. How do I register my vehicle?
A: You will need the following:
Step 1. Insurance that is good for at least 30 days.
Step 2. Texas D.O.T. inspection
Step 3. Obtain a weight certificate (most large truck stop have a scale)
Step 4. Title & your bill of sale (we don't need that for your inspection)
Step 5. Take all the above documents to your local county tax office.
Visit the Texas State Department http://www.dot.state.tx.us/ for more information.
Q15: How to check your Safety Data record?
A: Click on this link http://ai.fmcsa.dot.gov/ and follow the instruction.
" Inspections Emphasize Importance of Vehicle Driver Compliance "