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Car owners need to get smog checks on a regular basis. It is a way to confirm that their emission rate is not too excessive and that their car works fine. A smog check is not an option for car owners. It is so crucial to get done that it has been made into a law.
If you care about your vehicle then you should want to get these smog checks done anyway. In addition, it helps promote better air quality for the environment. If it turns out that your vehicle is producing high levels of emissions because it is defective in some way, then you can get it fixed right after the smog check is done.
A certified auto technician will be conducting the smog check on your vehicle. They will attach a special device to the end of your vehicle’s tailpipe. The gear will be set to neutral and then accelerated to test the emissions. The device will be measuring these emissions and then determining if they are exceeding the maximum legal rate or not. If the emissions are under the legal rate, then you have passed the smog check. All the other connections in your vehicle, such as the muffler and pipes, will be looked over too.
If you own a vehicle that is registered in California, you are legally obligated to get a smog check every 2 years and then obtain a smog certification. You can only get the certification if your vehicle passes the smog test. Roughly 40 different counties in California are now requiring that Californians obtain this certification for their vehicles. The only place to get it done is at the smog check station at your local California Department of Motor Vehicles.
You should not have a problem finding a smoke check station because there are over 7,000 Department of Motor Vehicles locations in the state which have them. Just bring your car to one and have their technician give it the smog check. Once it passes, your smog certification will be registered with the DMV and your legal obligation will be completed for now.
Be aware that each individual smog check station has their own set price for conducting their inspection. There is also an additional fee for receiving the smog certificate if your vehicle passes the test. You can find out more information about these smog check fees by visiting the website of the California DMV. They also have useful tools on there to locate the nearest smog check station. Just search your zip code to find one.