Central Car Care - Central Phoenix Car Emission Testing

Central Car Care is a Central Phoenix family owned business with the principals having over 63 years of tire and automotive repair experience.

We care about you and your car!

This means your safety and the safety of your family is a top priority for us. Our ASE certified automotive technicians will take care of your vehicle using the best diagnostic technology available to get you on the road safely and quickly. 

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Central Car Care
301 E. Dunlap Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85020
Phone: 602-997-7515
Email: info@centralcarcareaz.com

Highly Professional Phoenix Car Emission Testing

Lately it is continuosly growing the concern about the preservation of the environment.

Outstanding Car Emission Testing Service

A vehicle with lower emission is more efficient, has a longer lifespan and can even save you money.

We are independently owned and operated!

 If after the test the emissions are not in compliance, we can recommend what to do for repair.

An emission test cycle is a protocol contained in an emission standard to allow repeatable and comparable measurement of exhaust emissions for different engines or vehicles. Test cycles specify the specific conditions under which the engine or vehicle is operated during the emission test. There are many different test cycles issued by various national and international governments and working groups.

Specified parameters in a test cycle include a range of operating temperature, speed, and load. Ideally these are specified so as to accurately and realistically represent the range of conditions under which the vehicle or engine will be operated in actual use. Because it is impractical to test an engine or vehicle under every possible combination of speed, load, and temperature, this may not actually be the case

Emissions testing determines the level of air pollutants emitted from the exhaust of a motor vehicle. The first emissions testing was done in California in 1966. Since then, many states began requiring testing for all registered vehicles. If a vehicle fails the emissions test, repairs must be done and the vehicle retested.