How can emissions affect your technical inspection?

Protecting the environment is a growing concern. Therefore the EU set up plans to reduce vehicle emissions and pollution. Testing stations use data of the manufacturers to determine the level of exhaust emissions. This data is called the plate value. Plate values can be up to 85% lower than the default limits. Since this change, more vehicles are failing the emission test. So, in this article, you will find tips to help reduce your car’s emissions for an emission test.

Why do periodical inspections include an exhaust emission test?

Emission tests are in place to check your vehicle is operating correctly. In addition, the test ensures the pollution produced by the engine remains low. However, if your car does not get serviced regularly, it may fail the test.

How do you recognise CO2 emissions?

CO2 is a direct link to fuel economy. Therefore, if your vehicle is using more fuel and your kilometers per litre have decreased, the CO2 output from the exhaust has probably increased as well.

How to pass an emissions test?

Perfect fuel combustion and good exhaust system operation are both essential for a successful emission test. Reduce vehicle emissions before you present your car to the inspection.

Clean the exhaust system and reduce emissions with Xtreme Diesel Emission Reducer for diesel engines or Xtreme Petrol Emission Reducer for petrol engines. The tank additives improve the combustion. Furthermore, they reduce the formation of black smoke. On top of that you improve your fuel economy by cleaning your fuel system.

Clean the engine oil system with Motor Cleaner (Engine Flush) . The product removes sludge in the oil system. These negative side effects are caused by the effects of biodiesel and ethanol-based fuels.

Reduce vehicle emissions now quickly and easily. Don’t hesitate to contact us, if you have questions