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Vehicle Emissions Testing Program – Mobile Sources

*Update

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, vehicle emissions testing has been temporarily suspended. All test stations will be closed through April 30, 2020. The closure may be extended depending on circumstances. The Secretary of State’s Office (S0S) has extended vehicle registration expiration dates to at least 30 days after SOS Drivers Services facilities reopen, allowing motorists to wait to have their vehicles tested and renew vehicle registrations. SOS Drivers Services facilities are currently closed through April 30, 2020. The Illinois Air Team Call Center remains open and available to address motorist emission testing questions.

 

Air Team LogoMotor vehicle exhaust emissions are a significant source of pollution, including carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides and hydrocarbons. These pollutants can be harmful to human health and the environment and lead to the formation of ground level ozone (smog). Exhaust emissions from cars and trucks are one of the single greatest sources of air pollution in the

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Automotive Testing Services

From headlights to mufflers, chassis to interiors and everything in between, Intertek offers the professional automotive testing and certification services manufacturers and OEMs need to set their products apart.

Automotive products today need to be safe and strong. Is your chassis built to defend against salt spray erosion? How does your engine respond in high altitude? Will your vehicle or component withstand years of vibration?

Intertek can help substantiate the durability of the engine or shocks, for example, or collaborate on a build of specific test methods for key areas of product development. Expedite environmental exposure testing for everything from -45°C to 177°C, optimize thermal shock or tensile strength testing, targeted electrical testing, and much more. Automotive testing supports materials testing, performance testing, research and development, safety, and certification for both established and developmental alternative energy fuels and new technologies.

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Emissions testing hours are Monday through Friday 8AM to 5PM, and Saturday from 8AM to 1PM. No testing on Sundays and most major holidays.

Locate a Test Center

The Connecticut Vehicle Emissions Program is designed to be convenient. Testing is administered through a network of privately owned automotive service facilities located throughout the state click here to find a Test Center near you.

Each facility will have an exterior sign with their official Test Center number, provide designated emissions testing parking and a waiting area where you can view the test and review program literature.

Are you getting your test today?  Click here to see the latest test center closures.

What if I Failed the Test?

If your vehicle failed the emissions test, then it’s exceeding the allowable emissions standards for the year it was manufactured. Vehicles that fail need to be repaired and retested within 60 calendar days from the date of the initial test. Click here for information on failing the Connecticut Emissions Test.

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