The car exhaust system is responsible for removing emissions, allowing the car to be safe for the driver and passengers as well as the environment. There are two other crucial functions the exhaust system serves. One is to lessen the loud explosive noises of combustion, the other is to ensure your car is running at optimum fuel efficiency.
The exhaust system is determined by different factors such as weather and driving conditions. It should undergo periodic inspection for corrosion and damage. It is recommended to replace it around every two to three years.
- Signs of corrosion, loose mountings, leaking
joints and damage to parts on your exhaust
system may indicate that it is damaged.
- Always check your exhaust system after
driving through a pothole or over debris.
- Be careful, carbon monoxide can easily build
up in the interior of a vehicle – the gas has no
smell and can’t be seen.
- Always be sure your engine is switched off if
the garage door is closed.
- The right exhaust system can help reduce
noise, boost torque and free up horsepower of
- A well-fitted exhaust system will do less
damage to the environment.