On-Site Inspections is ready to help you buy or sell a used car!

Are you trying to sell your car? We’ll be your partner, without taking a big chunk of the profits the way car dealerships do. When your prospective buyer asks about the car’s history and current condition call On-Site Inspections and our certified mechanic will come to you. He’ll perform an inspection on the spot, providing your prospective buyer with confidence in the quality and condition of your used vehicle.

Are you buying a used car? Don’t take their word for it. Schedule an on-site inspection and get knowledge instead. We offer peace of mind on used car purchases by providing convenient and thorough information on the condition of vehicles. We give our customers the ability to make a more educated purchase decision.

January 16, 2017

You Can’t Judge A Car By Its Cover, A True Story.

We were recently called out to inspect a 2013 Nissan Altima Coupe.  It had 19” wheels with low profile tires, tinted windows, and more; at first sight it was a sporty, shiny, great looking car!  Well…
August 7, 2019
Vehicle towing a small trailer

Safe Driving Summer Tips

Whether it’s a family camping trip or a cross country adventure, it’s road trip time!  However, did you know that accidents often spike in August?  If you’re planning on hopping in your car, it’s important to keep safety on your mind.  Here are some quick and easy vehicle safety tips that can save you a lot of time and money (even if you aren’t planning a road trip):
September 25, 2018

Sharing An Unsolicited Testimonial

I have been into anything automotive all my life.  I help with and maintain the cars of my family and friends, and as my hobby I build muscle cars. I met Sean about 7 years ago when he was recommended to me from a friend that owns and operates his own automotive repair shop. I needed Sean to help me with a situation that my friends’ shop couldn’t quite get nailed down…
September 20, 2016

Buyer Beware-Don’t Get Flooded Out

With devastating storms that cause severe flooding, like those we’ve recently seen in Louisiana, Texas, and Florida, comes flood damaged cars.  These damaged cars get shipped across the country, even to Salt Lake City, where sneaky dealers refurbish them making them look brand new and then slap a ‘For Sale’ sign in the window.