1. The electrical system on your Hybrid Car should be checked for any splices in the complex electrical wiring, especially the main trunk lines which are usually orange, blue or green. A splice in one of these areas can effect the batteries’ charging and overall Hybrid performance, which will affect your fuel mileage as well.
2. It is also very important for the Hybrid Vehicle Inspector to know when this particular model of Hybrid uses the Hybrid Technology. Some Hybrid Cars uses there electrical power when the car is at idle and then at speeds over 25 MPH while others operate at the same time as the gasoline engine. Your Hybrid Vehicle Inspector needs to know when the unit is running so they can verify its operation.
3. Another thing your Hybrid Vehicle Inspector needs to be able to check for is if there are any outstanding safety recalls on your Hybrid Vehicle. Many Hybrid auto manufactures have had to issue Hybrid Vehicle safety recalls over the past few years but that does not mean that all of those Hybrid Vehicles have had those safety related checks and repairs perform before you purchase that vehicle. Make sure your Hybrid Vehicle Inspector knows what recalls are pending and checks your vehicle before you buy it.
You are likely purchasing a Hybrid Vehicle because you want to reduce your dependence on the ever increasing fuel prices and to reduce your carbon footprint. Ensuring the Hybrid Vehicle you are about to purchase is in full working condition will also help ensure your vehicle gets you the best MPG possible. When hiring your Hybrid Vehicle Inspector ensure they are qualified, knowledgeable and able to test the areas you need tested before you spend the extra money on a Hybrid Vehicle.