Official Lamp and Brake Adjusting Station

ExperTec Automotive of Huntington Beach is an Official Lamp and Brake Adjusting Station. The purpose of a brake and lamp inspection is to assure that a your vehicle is in complete roadworthy condition. This is a requirement when, for example, a vehicle is issued a salvage title certificate and deemed to be roadworthy again.

The California Department of Motor Vehicles considers the ownership of a vehicle to be changed when it is re-titled, even if the owner remains the same.

The DMV requires that a state licensed inspection station conduct a thorough and complete examination of critical components in the vehicle’s braking system which may have been damaged or misaligned in an accident or theft.

During an official brake inspection, the technician will determine if any defects exist in the vehicle’s braking system. This involves removal of the vehicle’s wheels for a visual inspection, then measuring parts and distances in order to assure that the manufacturer’s specifications for the braking system are met and that it will not operate improperly or fail.

Another reason why a vehicle may need an inspection is to correct a defect cited by a law enforcement agency, such as the California Highway Patrol. This is called a brake and lamp inspection, and when successfully completed, a certificate must be issued to the DMV or CHP as proof of correction of the cited condition and a testimony of the safety of the vehicle.

Being an Official Lamp and Brake Adjusting Station means that we can legally give you what you need to get your car on the road again without breaking the law. If your vehicle was in an accedent or just needs a brake and lamp inspection, give us a call at ExperTec Automotive of Huntington Beach to set up your appointment today!

Below are some of the many auto repair services that
ExperTec Automotive offers.


National Warranty

The Independent Service Center warrants the repairs and services performed to be free from defects in materials and workmanship for 36 months, or 36,000 miles of use, whichever comes first. Odometer reading and date of original repair will be used to determine eligibility. Independent Service Centers may stock different brands of merchandise by location. Each participating outlet has the right to replace a covered part with a like part of equal value. After 36 months or 36,000 miles, participating Service Centers will honor the manufacturer's written warranty on parts replacement (labor excluded) and the manufacturer's written policy will govern product replacement. The original invoice must be presented for the claim and must clearly bear the Protection Plus logo. You MUST keep a copy of the original receipt for the warranty to be valid.