TÜV examinations by Albert Motorsport

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We prepare your vehicle and arrange the acceptance.


The checklist for your Porsche TÜV main inspection

1. General


    ■ Do you have your vehicle registration certificate or the registration certificate Part I and, if necessary, other documents at hand,
       such as the proof of a change acceptance or a general operating permit?

    ■ Is the nameplate (nameplate) available and legible?

    ■ Does the vehicle identification number (VIN) on the vehicle match that in the papers and is it legible?

    ■ Does the steering wheel lock and tachometer work?

    ■ Are the license plates clearly legible, undamaged and securely fastened?

    ■ Is the required accessories (first aid kit and warning triangle) on board and in good condition?

2. Washers and mirrors


    ■ Is the windscreen undamaged?

    ■ Does the car wash work properly and are the windscreen wipers unused?

    ■ Are rearview mirrors intact and secure?

3. Lighting and electrical equipment


    ■ Are the luminaire housings and reflectors undamaged?

    ■ Do all lights and control lights work?

    ■ Are there any error messages about the electronic vehicle dynamics systems?

    ■ Are the headlamp reflectors OK and not oxidized?

    ■ Does the headlamp leveling function?

    ■ Are all lamps bright and evenly strong without flickering?

    ■ Is the battery in good condition and sufficiently secured?

    ■ Do horn and heater fan work?

    ■ Are the electrical connections solid and not oxidized?

    ■ Are the electrical cables laid without abrasion and undamaged?

4. steering

    ■ Does the steering function without vibrations and without flapping while driving?

    ■ Is the steering wheel in the correct position when driving straight ahead?

    ■ Is the steering smooth and accurate?

    ■ Is there no noticeable steering play?

5. Brakes

    ■ Are the components of the brake system (pipes, hoses, linings, disks and drums) in order?
    
    ■ Is the brake fluid not used and is the brake fluid level correct?

    ■ Is the brake system tight?

    ■ Are the brakes free?

    ■ Is there still a travel reserve for the lever and pedal travel?

    ■ Does the handbrake engage securely and is it easy to release?

    ■ Is the rubber pad on the brake pedal present?

6. Wheels and tires

    ■ Is the prescribed minimum tread depth of 1.6 mm available on all tires?

    ■ Have the tires traveled evenly over the entire tire width?

    ■ Do the tire size and tire name match those in the vehicle documents?

    ■ Is the specified running direction of the tires correct?

    ■ Do tires have no damage, such as bumps, cuts or cracks?

    ■ Are the rims undamaged and securely fastened? Our tip: For safety reasons recommend
       We, summer tires at the latest with a remaining profile of two millimeters and winter tires
       to renew at the latest at four millimeters.

7. Drive, chassis and body

    ■ Are no frames or supporting parts heavily rusted or even rusted?

    ■ Are all shock absorbers tight?

    ■ Are the engine and transmission tight?

    ■ Are the fuel lines and hoses tight?

8. exhaust and noise behavior

    ■ Is the exhaust tight and properly fastened?

    ■ Do warning or indicator lights indicate errors?

    ■ Does the vehicle violently run or does it emit blue smoke?

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