Vehicle Inspection Systems redesigns Websites

Posted on October 6, 2010

Orlando, Fla.-based Vehicle Inspection Systems (VIS) announced its redesigned Websites, www.vischeck.net and www.vispolish.com.

The sites feature improved navigation and downloadable brochures on VIS's brake safety products and robotic wheel polisher.

VIS-Check is a diagnostic system that finds hidden damage in any Class 3 through 8 truck, trailer, bus or recreational vehicle. This includes a written analysis of stopping distance using a performance-based brake tester (PBBT). Steering and suspension components can be evaluated in about 15 minutes per vehicle.

The brake tester element found in the VIS-Check is increasingly being used during DOT roadside safety inspections under new CSA 2010 guidelines.

VIS-Polish is a way to add quality shine to aluminum vehicle rims. Designed especially for heavy-duty truck and buses, VIS-Polish is faster than manual polishing and provides a long-lasting finish. For shops, it can increase service margins while reducing labor costs plus it contains the polishing operation in an enclosed unit.


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