Originally Posted By: rray
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I have gone to an inspection several times on my motorcycle, but my company works in teams, so I didn’t have to carry any of the tools of the trade. I usually only do this when I know there will be at least three inspectors at the inspection, so that if one with tools gets waylaid by traffice, at least one set of tools will show up on time. If both happened to get delayed, I could still start the visual part of the inspection while the tools are on their way. We don’t use too many tools, anyway, and I carry a screwdriver and an outlet tester with me.
My main work vehicle is a Honda Accord 200-HP V6 (I grew up in the muscle car era with my Mustangs, Z28s, and Trans Ams, so 200 HP is about the minimum I will put up with in these San Diego hills). I use a telescoping ladder and everything else fits very nicely into a Home Depot bucket accessorized with the Home Depot utility bag.
Home inspections. . . .
One home at a time.