The whole purpose of having a catalytic converter in your vehicle is so the unburned engine exhaust gasses can be ignited and burned properly. They have become a standard piece of automotive equipment, and although they help make the engine exhaust cleaner, that doesn’t mean they don’t come with their fair share of problems. Continue reading “4 Benefits Of Removing Extra Catalytic Converter” »
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Regardless of what state you live in, there are always certain laws and restrictions regarding motor vehicles. In South Florida, we make sure that our muffler and exhaust products go along with state regulation while still making your car drive smoother, and even faster. We looked into the Environmental Fact Sheet for Air Toxics from Motor Vehicles by the Environmental Protection Agency, just to make sure we knew everything there was to know about keeping car emissions low.
If you bring your car into us at Broward County Muffler, there are a few things we can do to improve your vehicle and they include:
– Catalytic Converters (add or remove)
– Flex Pipes
– Headers (performance based product)
While a majority of the air toxins come from gasoline evaporating, not ever replacing your muffler, or getting your car looked at an auto shop, can add even more pollutants. So, we’re trying to lower our carbon footprint while still keeping our customer’s happy with their vehicle, making it drive smoother and helping it to pick up faster.
Air Toxics from Motor Vehicles