Motor Vehicle Inspection System (MVIS) in the Philippines

  • The MVIS requires vehicles to undergo mandatory inspections at accredited Motor Vehicle Inspection Centers (MVICs) before they can be registered.

The MVIS utilizes a range of specialized equipment to thoroughly inspect vehicles, including:

  • Speedometer Testing: Equipment to test the accuracy of the vehicle’s speedometer.
  • Brake Testing: Equipment to test the vehicle’s braking system performance.
  • Shock Testing: Equipment to test the effectiveness of the vehicle’s shock absorbers.
  • Headlight Alignment: Equipment to check the alignment of the vehicle’s headlights.
  • Emissions Testing: Equipment to measure the vehicle’s exhaust emissions, both for gasoline and diesel engines.
  • Sound Measurement: Sonometers placed at a 45-degree angle 0.5 meters from the exhaust to measure sound levels.
  • Visual Inspection: Inspection pits and cameras to visually inspect the vehicle’s undercarriage and components.

MVIS Testing Procedure

The MVIS inspection process involves a comprehensive 73-point check across three stages:

  1. Visual Inspection: Checking the exterior, interior, and undercarriage of the vehicle for any defects or issues.
  2. Mechanical Testing: Evaluating the vehicle’s brakes, suspension, wheel alignment, and other mechanical systems.
  3. Emissions and Sound Testing: Measuring the vehicle’s exhaust emissions and sound levels to ensure they meet legal limits

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