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Texas Vehicle Inspection
Every vehicle registered in Texas must pass an annual safety inspection. Overseas Service Haus makes it easy to meet the Texas Department of Public Safety’s requirements with multiple convenient stations that provide Texas vehicle inspections.
In addition to the safety inspection, there are multiple Texas counties in which emissions testing is required as well. Motorcycles and diesel-powered vehicles must have the annual safety inspection, but aren’t required to have the emissions test.
Are you a brand-new Texan? If so, your vehicle must pass the Texas Department of Public Safety’s safety inspection before you will be able to go to the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles to take care of your Texas vehicle verification registration.
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Auto Repair Service
Your One-Stop Vehicle Inspection Shop
The expert mechanics at Overseas Service Haus, not only perform state inspections—we can also make the repairs necessary to bring your vehicle up to the required safety standards. In the state’s annual auto safety inspection, these functions will be tested:
- Beam indicator
- Exhaust system
- Gas cap
- License plate light
- Rear reflectors
- Seat belts
- Stop lamps
- Stop lamps
- Turn signals
- Wheel assembly
- Window tint
- Windshield wipers
At Overseas Service Haus, we offer a complete range of auto repair services to help you satisfy auto inspection and emissions testing requirements, including brake repair, tire repair, wheel alignment, headlight restoration, engine diagnostics, transmission repair, and much more.
Emissions Inspection Shop
Emissions testing includes three checks:
- A check of your malfunction indicator lamp, which may also be referred to as the “check engine” light or “service engine soon” light.
- A check for proper operation of the malfunction indicator lamp status and diagnostics trouble codes.
- A check of the OBDII readiness monitors.
If you have an older car or truck, emissions will be measured directly from the tailpipe while your vehicle is idling at both high and low speeds. A number of parts and systems can be involved if your vehicle fails to pass emissions tests. These may include:
- Failure of the catalytic converter
- A faulty gas cap
- Fuel metering that is out of specifications
- Incorrect ignition timing
- An inoperative injection system or thermostatic air cleaner
- Misrouted vacuum lines
- A faulty positive crankcase ventilation system or exhaust gas recirculation system
When you bring your vehicle to your nearest Overseas Service Haus location, our mechanics can determine any reasons for test failure and recommend and make the repairs or adjustments that may be needed.
Schedule Your Texas State Inspection Today
Book your appointment now at any Overseas Service Haus inspection station. While your car is being inspected, ask about our preventative maintenance service that can make sure your vehicle is safe and running in optimal condition. Also ask about our money-saving coupons and promotions on the auto repair services you may need.
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