A California-based company has been chosen to be the technical supplier for Jalisco’s revamped emissions testing program.
Worldwide Environmental Products calls itself “the global leader” in building successful automotive inspection and maintenance programs.
Under the terms of the contract, the U.S. company has 45 days to install an operational base and two testing lines at government-owned premises in Guadalajara. The next stage of the project will involve the installation of 100 emissions testing lines at accredited garages in the Guadalajara metropolitan area and other parts of Jalisco.
Emissions testing (Verificación Vehicular) was suspended last year when Governor Enrique Alfaro assumed office and decided to reevaluate the program.
Worldwide Environmental Products says its mission is “to build public and private partnerships in providing innovative total solutions with superior customer service for motor vehicle inspection/maintenance programs that will improve efficiencies, increase public acceptance, reduce partner costs, and provide safer roads and a cleaner environment.”