Green Light Auto Inspections aims to provide car shoppers with peace of mind and confidence when buying a used vehicle.
The company boasts being one of the most reliable sources for vehicle information, and consumers can expect a complete vehicle history and condition report for every Green Light Auto Inspected Vehicle.
Additionally, Green Light Auto Inspections vehicles come with a Green Light Grade — the company's proprietary grading system — that assigns cars a grade based on the potential risk of repairs found during the inspections.
While companies like Carfax and Autocheck are an excellent resource for finding information about a car's accident history, number of previous owners, etc. Green Light Auto Inspections prides itself for going above and beyond and offering things like the current condition of the vehicle, a comprehensive vehicle overview, and more. Green Light Auto Inspections has over 60 inspection categories and 200 points of inspection. Plus, all inspections are performed and overseen by ASE Certified Mechanics.
Green Light Auto Inspections Vehicle Overview informs buyers with the following information:
Additionally, every vehicle inspected by Green Light Auto Inspections will receive a Green Light Grade. The Green Light Grade is an algorithm-based score that considers the Vehicle Overview. The Green Light Grade is instrumental as it is easy to understand and provides car buyers with an unbiased and transparent rundown of the vehicle.
Consumers can find a Green Light Inspected Vehicle in a few different ways. The first way is by visiting the company website and clicking on the “Find A Location” tab. This will reveal a map of the company's Green Light Dealerships and participating Inspection Stations.
The second way to find a Green Light Inspected Vehicle is by using the company's search feature. Consumers can search for a specific vehicle by entering the make, model, mileage, price range, year, zip code, and dealer name. Or users can conduct a more general search by selecting to search by the type of vehicle (SUV, sedan, coupes, trucks, etc.).
If a vehicle has not been inspected and received a grade, consumers can request that the dealership conduct a Green Light Inspection by filling out a short online form.
Just about any dealership can become a Green Light Dealer — or if a dealership is on the fence about joining, it can request a live demo of the offered services.
Becoming a Green Light Dealer has several benefits, such as access to the company's RECON software. The software allows dealers to track RECON expenses, reduce holding costs, get web-hosted emissions reports, and more. Additionally, Green Light Auto Inspections has an advertising platform that includes KSL.com banner ads, Facebook integrations, SEO integrations, website inspection hosting, and inventory feeds.
Green Light Dealer Prices and Fees
Registering with Green Light Auto Inspections is a fairly simple and straightforward process. Users can choose to create a free account, but this does not include access to all the company's unique features.
In order to receive access to everything Green Light Auto Inspections' has to offer, dealerships will need to sign up for a paid account. Now, Green Light Auto Inspections claims to offer a variety of plans; however, there is no information on the website to back this up.