Express Smog

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1665 Research Park Drive
Next door to Applebee's and inside Asian Auto Care
Monday- Friday from 7:30 am to 6:00 pm
We can also open early or late by appointment
Closed on Saturday - Sunday and all major holidays
(530) 758-8961 - showing as disconnected as of 1/19/11
[WWW] - web site not found as of 1/19/11
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Express Smog has built a reputation for being professional, reliable and fast service in the bay area. Now, they are expanding their specialty to serve customers in Yolo county.

Their technicians are all ASE and State Certified and are highly skilled in automotive emissions testing.

They can certify all vehicles!

Volume discount for dealers and repair shops are welcome.

Check out the website for coupons.
Ask about special student discounts.

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2008-05-13 14:38:29   Fast and friendly, got a smog check for 55 bucks (coupon on website). I would recommend to anyone. Staff was very nice and helpful. —mcheung (This review is the only edit this user account has made on the wiki. While it does not invalidate this review, please keep this in mind)

2008-06-06 17:24:15   I've found unsolicited advertisements (poorly photocopied flyers) from Express Smog in my departmental mailbox on campus. What's with the paper spam? —DanWillenbring

2010-03-31 16:34:44   Express Smog has been reprimanded three times by the BAR [WWW]$LCEV2.QueryView?P_LICENSE_NUMBER=252799&P_LTE_ID=1132


Date: May 07, 2008
Penalty: $500.00

Date: September 06, 2009
Penalty: $1000.00

Date: September 06, 2009
Penalty: $2000.00

2010-03-31 17:18:45   Sounds like those violations work in favor of customers —AmitVainsencher

2010-06-06 09:37:33   Yes and no Amit. You are paying for a that is not provided. Although you get a clean slate, your car could be a gross polluter and you wouldnt even know it. CHP does set up roadside test stations, and although now you feel awesome that you didnt have to pay for said repairs, if CHP stops you, you will be fined and then have to pay for said repairs anyway.

Now I know what you might be thinking. "Im a college student. Im broke" There is the Consumer Assistance Program(CAP). CAP will help you pay or you may get a 2 year waiver. In that 2 years you could save up for said repairs. There is also the option for the government to give yo $1000 for your car. For a lot of us thats more than our junkers are worth lol. But thats just some food for though. —Dozer

2011-01-19 15:50:51   Phone number has been disconnected. Web site no longer found. Guessing this place has closed down? —JMakus

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