VIP Smog Test Only
Smog Check, Carmichael, CA
Here At VIP Smog, we are Committed to protecting the environment through the Smog Check Program. Our Smog Check Program at VIP Smog has greatly reduced air pollution created by millions of cars in California. According to Air Resources Board, the program remove about 400 tons of smog-forming pollutants from California's air every day. Are you aware that by performing proper and regular vehicle maintenance according to your owner's manual and not tampering with the emissions control equipment are the keys to pass Smog Check. VIP Smog is current with our systems, and up to speed on the well known benefits for our environment through our smog check.
We serve in Carmichael, CA And In Surrounding Areas.
We also offer:
Smog Check Coupons, Star Smog Check Station, Smog Certification, Test Only And Regular Smogs
WHAT IS A STAR STATION
STAR Stations are Smog Check Stations that meet higher performance standards established by the Bureau Of Automotive Repair. Some STAR Stations are licensed to perform only tests, while others are licensed to perform both tests and repairs. The Station is required to post a sign on the services it performs.
State Law requires that a percentage of vehicles have their Smog Check Inspection performed at a STAR Station. To find a Smog Check Station near you, please visit www.smogcheck.ca.gov or call 800.952.5210.
“WELL KNOWN SMOG CHECK FACTS”
Are you aware you can help your vehicle pass a Smog Check by performing proper and regular vehicle maintenance according to your owner’s manual, and not tampering with the emissions control equipment...these are keys to passing Smog Check. The Consumer Assistance Program (CAP) provides financial assistance to repair or retire a vehicle that fails a Smog Check. If your vehicle fails a Smog Check, to complete your registration, you will need to obtain the repairs necessary for it to pass its Smog Check retest. Before beginning repairs, find out if you are eligible for the Consumer Assistance Program (CAP). FYI...(CAP) The Consumer Assistance Program provides financial assistance to repair or retire a vehicle that fails a Smog Check. The Consumer Assistance Program (CAP) provides financial assistance to repair or retire a vehicle that fails a Smog Check. Repair Assistance — If your DMV renewal notice requires a Smog Check at a Test-Only or Gold Shield station, you may qualify for up to $500 in repair assistance once you pay the first $100 in repair costs. You may also qualify if your income is within certain levels, regardless of where you got your Smog Check. If you qualify based on income, a $20 co-pay is all that you need. Vehicle Retirement — If you feel your car is not worth repairing, the State may buy the car from you for $1,000 and have it scrapped at a local dismantler. To get a CAP application visit www.smogcheck.ca.gov or call (800)952-5210.
CAP OFFERS TWO WAYS TO QUALIFY
* Income Eligible * - Qualified consumers whose household incomes meet the income guidelines (derived from the federal poverty guidelines) can receive financial assistance toward emissions-related repairs. A co-payment is required and will be applied toward diagnosis and emission-related repairs. The CAP application includes an income eligibility table to help consumers determine if they meet the income requirements.
* Directed Vehicle Eligible * - Certain vehicles are directed to Test-Only or Gold Shield stations for their initial smog tests. If your Department of Motor Vehicles registration notice requires a test at a Test-Only or Gold Shield station, and your vehicle fails, you may qualify for financial assistance toward emissions-related repairs at a Gold Shield repair station. Test-Only stations cannot perform repairs. A copayment is required and will be applied toward diagnosis and emissions-related repairs.
VISIT OUR LOCATION
6818 Fair Oaks Blvd
Carmichael CA 95608
For your convenience our hours of operation is as follows.
Hot weather can be rough on cars. Higher temperatures speed up a car's wear and tear, as fluids and lubricants break down more quickly. But by following the manufacturer's recommended maintenance schedule (see your car's owner's manual) and taking the following precautions, your car will be ready for a long, hot summer:
• Consider a pre-trip inspection by a qualified technician before you leave. Repairs made on the road may be more costly, and disrupt your vacation plans.
• Operationally, check the air conditioning, and inspect the belts and hoses. You may want to have a service professional inspect the entire system.
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