What You'll Get
Emissions testing alleviates the hazy smog that enshrouds vehicles and causes drivers to mistake their morning commute for an extended dream sequence. Clear the air with this Groupon to Stanislaus Smog. Choose between the following options:
- For $29, you get a smog check for a car, truck, or SUV manufactured in 1996 or later (a $59.90 value).
- For $35, you get a smog check for a car, truck, or SUV manufactured in 1995 or earlier (a $70 value).<p>
Stanislaus Smog’s ASE-certified master technicians perform exhaust-system checkups to ensure street-legal bills of health for automobiles of all makes and models. In 15 minutes or fewer, mechanics perform a certified smog test for cars, trucks, and vans, including gross-polluter vehicles. Special monitoring devices clamp to tail pipes and check for expelled pollutants before techs can approve auto respiratory systems for DMV renewals, title transfers, and soccer-team tryouts.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 18, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only at Carver Road location. Valid only for cars, trucks, SUVs and diesel passenger vehicles. Extra $8.25 certificate fee not included. Not valid for RVs. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Stanislaus Smog
Driving a vehicle that exceeds emission limits is not only illegal, but it also contributes to the already alarming amount of pollution coughing its way out of cars. The ASE-certified master technicians at Stanislaus Smog help solve this two-pronged problem with professional smog tests to keep emissions at bay. The team clamps monitoring devices to tail pipes of all types of vehicles, including gross polluters and out-of-state rides, checking not only for the amount of emissions, but also the types of pollutants. Once complete, the technicians can either approve autos for DMV renewals, title transfers, and soccer-team tryouts, or send them off to a repair shop to prepare for a second test attempt.