PA STATE CERTIFIED EMISSION TESTING & REPAIR FACILITY
If you own a vehicle in the state of Pennsylvania. There are several counties where you need Emissions testing performed. You’ll also need to have a PA safety inspection as well. If you live in a region with emission testing. Auto repair shops must perform the emission testing first. Then their can perform a PA safety inspection.
Our state certified Emissions testing technicians will ensure your vehicle is running smooth. And also be within clean air standards for the state of Pennsylvania. Hamdpen Automotive is also an authorized emissions repair facility. If your vehicle fails testing, we can correct any issues, and get you back on the road again.
|Hampden Automotive is also a certified PA Safety Inspection facility.|
|Price for PA state emissions testing is $19.99 pass or fail.|
A vehicle is exempt from emissions testing when:
- It is a motorcycle.
- It is a vehicle owned for a full year or more. Also was driven less than 5000 miles in the year before its next inspection.
- It is a new vehicle and was driven less than 5000 miles
- Registered as an antique, collectible, or classic vehicle.
Pass or fail: inspection sticker is $8 extraOffer ends: 01-01-1970
Full service includes: Changing oil, filter & lube all chassis. Check of belts, hoses, engine air filter, and all fluid levels. Includes 5 quarts of engine oil. Synthetic oil is additional. Regular price $28.95Offer ends: 01-01-1970
Spend Save $100-$200 $10 $201-$300 $20 $301-$400 $30 $401-$500 $40 $501- or more $50Offer ends: 01-01-1970
|Up to $50|
How do I know if my vehicle needs serviced?
If you aren’t sure when your vehicle is due for routine maintenance. We can provide you with a routine maintenance guide tailored to your vehicles needs.
Please Contact Us to schedule an appointment.
How do I know if I need new tires?
Place a penny head first into several tread grooves across the tire. If you always see the top of Lincoln’s head, your treads are shallow and worn. In this is the case, your tires need replaced.
If part of Lincoln’s head is always covered by the tread, you have more than 2/32 of an inch of tread depth remaining.
Should I be using Synthetic Oil?
Synthetic oil takes longer to break down. It should last for 4,000 to 6,000 miles or more between oil changes. Conventional oil should generally changed every 3,000 miles. It may be a benefit to your vehicle. But always consult your owners manual first, or Contact Us ask us for more information.