Jul 9, 2019
This blog has been created to answer any questions around Vehicle Health Checks that you may have.
A Vehicle Health Check, otherwise known as VHC, will cover many key points on your car to ensure that it is safe, and will identify those that are unsafe.
On completion of a VHC, a report of your results is formed. The report will score all points that have been checked on your vehicle using the Red, Amber or Green traffic light system which determines whether work will need done or not.
The VHC is used to simply check the state of your car and give relevant advice. You are then given the option to authorise the work to be carried out.
No, a VHC is not mandatory. However, they will be typically carried out when your car is going through a service, MOT or alongside a repair.
When your car goes through a Vehicle Health Check, the following will be checked:
A vehicle health check can take anything between 15-30 minutes.
To book your Vehicle Health Check today, simply enter your reg number and get a quote from our registered garages in your local area!