Cloverhill Autos offers Professional Pre-CVRT Checks suitable for all light commercial & fleet vehicles
The CVRT test, formerly knows as the DOE test, is a roadworthiness test that is legally required to be passed by all commercial vehicles in Ireland. This test ensures that your commercial vehicle is safe, efficient, and roadworthy for the safety of you and other road users.
Here at Cloverhill Autos, our team provides professional Dublin pre-CVRT testing services. With years of industry experience, we provide fast and cost-effective pre-CVRT checks to ensure your commercial vehicle has the best chance possible of passing the test the first time around. If you’re looking for a high-quality, reliable, and thorough pre-CVRT check for your commercial vehicle or fleet, choose Cloverhill Autos today.
For fleet customers, we offer a DOE/CVRT service where we collect the vehicle and bring it back with a pass statement. Taking the hassle away from the customer and their busy schedule, everyone gets the same shrive, whether you own 2 or 22 vehicles. We also have load vans available which we can loan the customer with prior notice Courtesy loan cars are available for all commercial clients with prior arrangement
For a free, no-obligation quote on our range of Pre-CVRT (pre-DOE) checks,
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During Your Pre-CVRT Test Service Check, We Ensure:
Light & Marking Inspections
Wheel Alignment & Tyre Inspections
Steering & Suspension Inspections
Speed Limiter Inspections
Exhaust Emission Inspections
Pre-CVRT Checks FAQ
What should I do before a CVRT test?
While it’s not mandatory to do anything before a CVRT test, putting your vehicle through a pre-CVRT test can ensure you pass the test first time around to save you time and money in the long run.
How much does it cost to get a pre-CVRT check?
The price of our Dublin pre-CVRT checks vary depending on the type of pre-check you require. Get in touch with our team for a free quote today.
Is a CVRT test the same as a DOE test?
Yes, the CVRT test (commercial vehicle roadworthiness test) is a newer name for what was formerly known as the DOE test.