The repair industry plays a vital role in the success of the Wisconsin Vehicle Inspection Program. While effective tests are necessary to identify high-emitting vehicles, it is through the repairs that the actual environmental benefits are achieved. Without effective repairs to reduce the emissions on vehicles that fail the test, the program cannot be successful in achieving its clean air goals.

If you have any questions, please call 1-866-OBD-TEST (1-866-623-8378) to speak to a program representative.
 

Free Technician’s Seminar on Tuesday, September 11, 2018

On Tuesday, September 11th, you are invited to a free technician seminar to be held at Opus Inspection’s office at 5470 S Westridge Drive, New Berlin Wisconsin. The evening’s presenter will be John Haunfelder, former owner of Jerry’s Automotive Service, one of the original Technical Assistance Centers for the program. John is an ASE master technician with L1 (Advanced Engine Performance), L2 (Diesel) and L3 (Hybrid) ASE certifications, and has many years of experience successfully diagnosing and repairing vehicles that have failed an emission inspection, or are having difficulties completing readiness monitors.

The seminar will cover case studies from vehicles receiving diagnostic assistance after repeated emission failures and rejects. John will share some of the common problems that the TACs encounter, and will provide diagnostic and repair strategies that may save you some time and money. John will also cover how to prepare a vehicle for a test after repairs, and discuss the cost waiver process.

Seats will be available on a first come-first serve basis.

When: Tuesday, September 11, 2018 @ 6 p.m.
Where: Opus Inspection Office, 5470 S Westridge Dr., New Berlin, WI 53151

RSVP: Call Opus at 262.641.5217 and reserve a seat for this free seminar.

We hope to see you there!