Internal Inspection

An overview
Internal Inspection
Cab Exterior Body
Cab Exterior Paintwork
Body & Curtains
Windscreen Lens and Lights

Internal Inspection
 

Interiors should be clean and tidy

All seats, bunks and curtains originally supplied should be present

All seat and driving control adjustments should operate correctly

All accessories originally fitted such as clocks, fridges, entertainment units, etc. should be present and operating

There should be no tears, splits, holes or burns in any upholstery

Worn upholstery, particularly on driving seats, is acceptable provided it is not holed. Any judgement made should take into account the age and mileage of the vehicle

Wear evident on floor mats and pedal rubbers is considered fair wear and tear provided they are not significantly holed or threatening driving control

Graffiti of any kind is not acceptable

Some surface marks on carpets and around footwell areas is considered fair wear and tear. Heavy staining anywhere is not

Dash panels, including instrument glass, should be free of cracks, be complete, and all air vents and switches should operate correctly

Any equipment added after delivery, for example mobile phone holders and sat nays, should be removed and any holes left suitably blanked or filled to leave a cosmetically tidy appearance

  Acceptable
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Seat fabric worn through normal use

 Not acceptable
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Rips and tears in seat cover

Acceptable
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Pedal rubber worn but not serviceable

Not acceptable
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Poor trim repair

Acceptable
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Cab mat worn but serviceable

Acceptable
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Door trim worn at entry

Acceptable
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Aperture rubber deteriorated at entry

Acceptable
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Holes suitably blanked