San Francisco North Bay, Ca. , California, USA

Smog - California Smog Check
 
State Certified Emission Testing, Inspections, Stations, Gross Polluters
Sonoma County, San Francisco North Bay, Ca. USA
 

  Home    Auto   Finance   Insurance   Rentals

Advertise With Us

County Wide Listings

 
Automobile emissions control covers all the technologies that are employed to reduce the air pollution-causing emissions produced by
 



 

 

 

 

 

 

automobiles. Exhaust emissions control systems were first required on 1966 model year vehicles produced for sale in the state of California, followed by the United States as a whole in model year 1968. Their use became widespread in the following decades and now they are ubiquitous in industrialized nations and common in most others.

Emissions controls have been highly successful in reducing the emissions produced by motor vehicles in terms of quantity per distance traveled. However, substantial increases in the distance traveled by each vehicle, and equally substantial increases in the number of vehicles in use, have meant that the overall reduction in pollution has been much slower.

The emissions produced by a vehicle fall into three basic categories:

Emissions controls have been highly successful in reducing the emissions produced by motor vehicles in terms of quantity per distance traveled. However, substantial increases in the distance traveled by each vehicle, and equally substantial increases in the number of vehicles in use, have meant that the overall reduction in pollution has been much slower.

The emissions produced by a vehicle fall into three basic categories:

 

Looking for smog, California smog check, smog check, auto smog inspection, smog test, smog station, smog test only, smog check station, California, emission testing, Gross polluters? Please scroll down.

Need Some Action - Place Your Ad Here - Find Out How  


 


Alphabetical Listings

Add a new listing  Link Your Listing  Update a listing   Cant' Find it?

 
AAA Smog Test Only-Windsor
7804 Bell Rd, Windsor, CA 707 838-6039

A Angkor Auto Repair & Smog
2423 Dutton Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 707 578-1787

A Plus Test Only Smog Svc
6811 Redwood Dr # B, Cotati, CA 707 792-1512

A Smog Test Only
415 Petaluma Blvd N, Petaluma, CA 707 789-9430

A Smog Test Only Inc
1300 Santa Rosa Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 707 576-9162

A Test Only Smog Center
5685 Redwood Dr, Rohnert Park, CA 707 766-7664

Aangkor Auto Repair & Smog
2423 Dutton Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 707 525-8855

Acc-U-Smog
900 Santa Rosa Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 707 528-3500

Aled Auto Truck Repair & Fleet
538 Martin Ave # A, Rohnert Park, CA 707 584-4605

Auto Repairs Unlimited
220 Classic Ct, Rohnert Park, CA 707 585-7634

Broadway Smog & Auto
19285 Sonoma Hwy # B, Sonoma, CA 707 996-7664

California Bureau of Automotive Repairs - Smog Check info.

Callagy Automotive & Smog
1008 S A St, Santa Rosa, CA 707 545-0232

Callagy Automotive & Smog
331 W 9th St, Santa Rosa, CA 707 545-0232

Castillo Auto Smog
811 Cleveland Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 707 568-1256

Ed & Williams Garage & Smog
18380 Sonoma Hwy, Sonoma, CA 707 996-1056

Four Corners Svc
20500 Broadway, Sonoma, CA 707 938-4176

Good To Go Smog Check
345 E Todd Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 707 584-5658

Occhipinti's One Stop Svc
210 5th St, Santa Rosa, CA 707 542-3823

Piner Auto & Smog Shop
1701 Piner Rd # B, Santa Rosa, CA 707 544-7341

Roseland Smog
440 Dutton Ave # 3, Santa Rosa, CA 707 569-8112

Smog Center
505 Santa Rosa Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 707 546-3857

Smog Express
518 College Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 707 541-0652

Smog Shop
1500 Mendocino Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 707 566-7664

Smog Shoppe
2967 Coors Ct # B, Santa Rosa, CA 707 575-5488

Strickly Smog
985 Piner Rd, Santa Rosa, CA 707 528-9891

Super Sonic Smog
322 Lakeville, Petaluma, CA  707 762-2700

 
Note: These are Smog check centers. Smog checks may also be available at dealers, gas stations, and auto repair centers that may not advertise under this category.
 
Tailpipe emissions: This is what most people think of when they think of vehicle air pollution; the products of burning fuel in the vehicle's engine, emitted from the vehicle's exhaust system.

Evaporative emissions: These are produced from the evaporation of fuel, and are a large contributor to urban smog, since these heavier molecules stay closer to ground level.

Life cycle emissions: These are produced in activities associated with the manufacturing, maintenance, and disposal of the automobile.

 

 
Back To Top
 

Also See:

Browse / Search

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Page 1  2  3  4  5 

Can't find it here ? National Advertisers

Copyright 1998-2011   Wizard Marketing Internet Services
Design, Hosting and marketing provided by: