North Texas Participating Repair Facilities Requirements
The North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG), acting as the Regional Administrator for the Program in North Texas, has partnered with Recognized Emissions Repair Facilities (RERF) certified through the Department of Public Safety as required service providers for this Program.
NCTCOG would like to extend an invitation to your RERF for participation in the AirCheckTexas Drive a Clean Machine Program. Please see our invitation letter for more information.
Invitation Letter [PDF]
Your facility needs to be a current RERF designated by DPS. You may use the link below to see if DPS has your facility listed as a RERF.
If your facility is not a current RERF, please see the application link below. Please complete the form and submit to the DPS as instructed on the second page.
DPS RERF Application
If you are a current RERF, you need to sign a participation agreement and submit a W-9 form with the NCTCOG before you can be eligible to take the repair vouchers.
Please click the link below and review the requirements, procedures, terms and conditions for participation in the AirCheckTexas Drive a Clean Machine Program.
RERF Requirements, Procedures, Terms and Conditions
After your facility has attended a workshop, you will receive the participation agreement form and W-9 form. Those must be completed and returned to the Regional Administrator before being approved to accept repair vouchers from Program participants.
Recognized Emissions Repair Facility Participation Agreement
[Will be provided to RERF Representative at Workshop]
You may contact us at 817-608-2350 to get all the start-up information. We look forward to continuing the success of the Program through the participating RERFs.