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$24.95 Smog Check Coupon

Super  Smog Vista

Cheapest price smog check in Vista & Oceanside, California.

We are a STAR Certified Smog Test-Only Station,

specializing in Fast and Cheap Smog Checks.

Smog Check Vista
Smog Check Vista
STAR Certified Smog Test-Only Station in Vista, California

At Super Smog Vista, we pride ourselves in providing customers with Fast and Cheap Smog Checks. 

We offer Smog Coupons to lower your cost and Smog all vehicles in 5 to 10 mins.

No appointments are needed. However, Walk-Ins are preferred

Smog Coupon

Grab our online special coupon to save money on your next smog!

$24.95 Smog Check Coupon
  • (+$10) Certificate Fee

  • Sedans, Coupes, and Hatchbacks add extra (+$10)

  • Trucks, SUVs, Vans, and Diesels add extra (+$20)

  • 1996-99 Vehicles add extra (+$30)

  • Must present coupon with printed or mobile format

Smog Check Vista
Smog Check Vista

Smog Check

Check out the many Smog Check Services

we have to offer.

Smog Check Vista

Cheapest price smog check in

Vista & Oceanside CA. 

We offer a $24.95 Coupon.

We are a STAR Certified Smog Test-Only Station located in Vista, CA. 

Smog Services We Offer


  • We are a STAR Certified Smog Check Station located in Vista CA.

  • We Smog all vehicles from 2000 & newer to 1999 & older.

  • We Smog all types of vehicles from Cars, Trucks, Vans, Diesels, SUVS's, RV's.

  • We Smog gross polluters.


  • We do not perform repairs, only Smog Testing. 

Smog Check Vista

Why choose Super Smog Vista

  • 5 to 10 minutes Smog Check.

  • No appointments are necessary, walk-ins are preferred.

  • We have state-of-the-art equipment making it 100% reliable for Smog Testing. 

  • Highly professional, friendly, and state-licensed technicians.

  • We value our customers therefore our service is the most upfront and honest.

  • We offer a Cheap $24.95 Smog Coupon to lower your cost. 

Our place is located in: 

Address: 538 Olive Ave ste A#100, Vista, CA 92083

Driving Directions: 

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Smog Check FAQ

What is a Test Only Station?

Test-Only stations are licensed by the state only to perform tests on vehicles. They are prohibited from performing any repair services. Gross Polluters can also be certified at these stations.

Who requires a Smog Check?

The Department of Motor Vehicles renewal notice will indicate whether a Smog Check is required to re- register your vehicle. Most areas of the state require vehicles to have a Smog Check performed every two years, when being sold, and when being initially registered in California.

Do I really need a Smog Check?

Not all vehicles must get a Smog Check. Smog Check need depends on the type of vehicle, the model-year, and the area in which the vehicle is registered. Additionally, some vehicles only need a Smog Check when they are being sold or being registered in California after previously being registered in another state.

What is a STAR smog check?

If you received the DMV registration renewal paper saying “SMOG Certification Required at a STAR station”, you are at the right place. Super Smog Vista is a Star Certified Smog Check Station. STAR Smog Station means, DMV has chosen your car to be inspected at a smog station which is monitored closely by the BAR (Bureau of Automotive Repair) and must conform to high standards established by the Bureau of Automotive Repairs.

What is the difference between a regular smog station and a STAR smog station?

STAR smog stations will be able to issue a certificate of compliance to a vehicle passing a smog check when a motorist is referred by the DMV to such a station for vehicle registration renewal. A non “star” station may not issue a certificate to the motorist’s vehicle. They may however, test and issue certificates to vehicles not directed by the DMV to a “STAR” smog check station.

How much does a test only smog check cost? Does a test only center charge more?

Smog test only stations are not allowed to profit or perform any auto repairs, whether smog check related or not. In the past smog test only centers typically charged more for their smog inspection in order to cover their expenses. In today’s market however, with competition being so great, and the fact that there are plenty of test only directed vehicles to go around, the cost of the test only smog check has been dramatically reduced.

How can I help my vehicle pass Smog Check?

Proper and regular maintenance according to your Owner’s Manual, and not tampering with the emissions control equipment are keys to passing Smog Check and lowering emissions from your vehicle. Also a good 15 minute drive helps to ensure a proper warm-up of all emission related components which helps out in the emissions part of the smog check.

What do I do if my vehicle fails Smog Check?

First and foremost we’ll help explain to you why you failed and some suggestions as to what to do next. You will also need to get your vehicle repaired so it can pass its Smog Check retest in order to complete your registration. How can I learn if I need smog check and what are the pre and post procedures? Please check California Bureau of Automotive Repair website for step by step procedures.

How can I find my vehicle’s smog check history?

Please refer to California Bureau of Automotive Repair website where you can enter license plate or vehicle identification number (VIN) to check the history.

What should I know about the Consumer Assistance Program (CAP)?

You may qualify for up to $500 in financial assistance to repair your car if it requires a Smog Check at a Test-Only station and failed that test. The Bureau of Automotive Repair Retirement Program is now offering $1000.00 for eligible motorists to voluntarily retire their high-polluting vehicles. If you don’t think it’s worth repairing the Bureau of Automotive Repair may buy your car!

How do I qualify for CAP?

CAP offers two options for consumers whose vehicles fail their biennial Smog Check.

What is a Gross Polluter?

Some vehicles that fail their smog inspections give off such high levels of pollution that a category called “Gross Polluter” was created. BAR identifies these vehicles to encourage their immediate repair. Gross Polluters are some of the worst polluting vehicles on California roadways.

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