I’m sorry to hear that your car is acting strange, but taking your car to a mechanic
is definitely a great way to find out what’s going on. Typically, a diagnostic test takes about an hour to an hour and a half
, but more complicated issues may require further diagnosis, which can take up to three hours
A diagnostic test can tell you a lot about your car and how it’s functioning. In addition to telling you why
your check engine light
is on, the test can provide detailed information on:
Taking your car for a diagnostic test is also important if you’ve been involved in a car accident
or if your vehicle gets damaged in some other event. Doing this can give your insurance provider better insight into the necessary repairs—but if you find that the damages still aren’t covered, it may be time to switch to a new provider.
If you do need to find a new provider, try checking out the Jerry
app. We’ll get you customized quotes from top providers in seconds, so that all you need to do is pick the plan that works best for you. And once you’ve picked a plan, we’ll even help you switch!