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Automobile Inspection Stations

In most states, your vehicle must be taken to an inspection station every year or two to make sure it meets government regulations and emissions requirements. Below is a list of terms you should be familiar with the next time you need to get your car tested.

  • Oil Change - Generally speaking, you should always check your mileage and make sure you have your car or truck's oil replaced every two to three thousand miles. This can be done at a wide variety of auto repair centers. Once mechanics have changed your oil, they will often put a sticker on your windshield to let you know when you will have to return.
  • Brake Check - This is a test of your car's braking efficiency. Mechanics will look at your brake pads for wear to determine whether they need to be replaced. They will also look to make sure you have enough brake fluid.
  • Signal Test - A standard car check-up will also include a signal test. Mechanics at the station will look to make sure all of your headlights, lamps, brake lights, and blinkers are in good working order.
  • Vehicle Emissions Control - The study and practice of reducing harmful auto emissions. During an authorized emissions inspection, also known as a smog check, mechanics will measure the amount of harmful emissions emanating from your vehicle to make sure they do not exceed state and EPA requirements. Certification - All new cars and trucks must be be manufactured to meet United States Environmental Protection Agency or more stringent California emissions and safety standards.
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    Carchex
    Hunt Valley, MD 21031
    Make sure your car is always safe on the road with help from our local Charleston area automobile inspection stations. Get smog tests, repairs, and other quality services from our inspection stations.
     
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    Automotive Specialists
    Rt 3 Box 6 West Fork St, Clarksburg, WV 26301
    Automotive inspection station. We specialize in state inspections and we also offer minor repair services for mounting and balancing tires. Please contact us for more information.
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    (304) 623-2639
     
    User Review: "Very nice and knowledable guys very welcoming and helpfull to those thats unsure"
    J & J Auto Glass
    2199 Sissonville Dr, Charleston, WV 25387
    (304) 342-5998
    Danny's Servicecenter
    5401 Maccorkle Ave Se, Charleston, WV 25304
    (304) 925-7552
    Exxon
    1400 Bridge Rd, Charleston, WV 25314
    (304) 342-1251
    AAMCO Transmissions & Total Car Care
    4102 Maccorkle Ave Sw, Charleston, WV 25309
    (304) 768-9669
    Allstarr Car Care Inc
    400 Ford St, Charleston, WV 25309
    (304) 768-8863
    Vernon's Auto Repair
    199 State St, Madison, WV 25130
    (304) 369-5779
    Tire Stop
    48 Peyton St, Barboursville, WV 25504
    (304) 736-7234
    Sixty Car Care
    6004 Us Route 60 E, Barboursville, WV 25504
    (304) 733-2600
    Auto Tech Inc
    1133 Hal Greer Blvd, Huntington, WV 25701
    (304) 523-3821
    Creager Tire & Service Center Inc
    402 2nd St, Beckley, WV 25801
    (304) 252-8473
    Wesley's Garage
    2001 10th Ave, Huntington, WV 25703
    (304) 696-9695
    Cottman Transmission Centers
    1537 7th Ave, Huntington, WV 25701
    (304) 523-8770
    Calhoun Auto Care LLC
    3689 S Calhoun Hwy, Grantsville, WV 26147
    (304) 354-6825
    Affordable Towing and Repair
    Shady Spring, WV 25918
    (304) 763-4000


    If you own your own car, then the motor vehicle department in your city or state or your insurance company might have vehicle requirements that your car has to meet to ensure its safety and that it meets vehicle emissions standards. Getting an inspection that shows your car is safe can affect the deductibles on your insurance policy and can affect the claims that you might make in the future. This makes it necessary for you to find an automobile inspection center that has plenty of experience. If your insurance company does not provide you with a list of motor vehicle stations in your area that you can choose from, then you will need to know what questions to ask the inspectors. First, find out how long the automotive station has been in business. Authorized automotive stations with several years of testing experience should be able to provide the services you need. Ask the companies if they have inspectors that can test your car and provide stickers of authorized inspection that you can give you're your insurance company. While you need an automotive center with lots of experience, you should also compare the prices of using the different companies. Ask them if you will have to pay any fees for the service or if they have arrangements with your insurance company so that you do not have to pay out of pocket for the safety tests that you have to get to make sure that your car meets the insurance company's standards.
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