Unlike pets and houseguests, vehicles don’t hold grudges after getting sprayed with a hose and locked outside the house. Thank understanding cars with today’s Groupon: for $36, you get a state-sticker and inspection package at Performance Emission (up to a $72 total value). The package includes:
- DMV sticker renewal (a $10 value)
- Emissions test (up to a $30 value)
- Safety test (a $17 value)
- $15 gift card valid for any service
Performance Emission, a test-facility licensed by the state of Utah, doles out state inspections and fresh DMV stickers for all passenger vehicles in 10 to 15 minutes. Once customers schedule their appointment online and squeal up to the shop, technicians check the exhaust and slap on the state’s seal of approval if the car’s free of noxious fumes, hazardous toxins, and generic colognes. After renewing the registration and issuing a new DMV sticker, professionals proceed to comb over the vehicle’s components and take its vitals to verify safety. Drivers can reward their cars for not failing the test by offering them treats such as an auto detailing (starting at $29), radiator flush (starting at $59), a tire rotation ($15), or brake pad replacement (starting at $79), in which the staff swaps out tired brake pads for new brake pads instead of doorstops.
Though Performance Emission sometimes features online discounts, today’s Groupon is still the best deal available.
Performance Emission has moved from 4220 S State Street to a new location at 2432 S State Street, opening February 28.
The car-care professionals at the state-licensed Emission Time—formerly known as Performance Emission and Inspection—dole out state inspections and fresh DMV stickers for all passenger vehicles in around 20 minutes. Once customers schedule their appointment online and squeal up to the shop, technicians check the exhaust and slap on the state's seal of approval if the car is free of noxious fumes, hazardous toxins, and generic colognes. The friendly staffers can also renew registrations and issue new DMV stickers, allowing drivers to avoid the lines at the DMV.