Exhaust repairs take many forms and for different reasons. Whilst it may look like an inconsequential piece of dirty equipment, the vehicle exhaust mixes air and fuel correctly, and ensures that waste fumes are discharged safely and not back into the car. That’s why when a car goes over a bump and gets a crack in the exhaust pipe or box, whilst it might not sound like the end of the world, it is actually a potentially very major problem which requires attention. Similarly, on older vehicles, corrosion happens over time and many people will simply continue to drive with a broken tail pipe or silencer box. It might not be a complete exhaust break, and could be small, easily repaired damage, but this can not only make the car a smoke machine on wheels; it can actually damage the workings of the car in general and make the vehicle fall foul of emission regulations.
If you are concerned about the quality of your exhaust or you think you may require a new system, pop by so that we can help and advise you further.