Houston, Texas (PRWEB) April 23, 2013 -- Aircheck Texas is currently accepting “Replacement Assistance Applications” at this time, but vehicle owners are reminded that this application based program is offered on a first-come, first-serve basis with funds being drastically reduced over years past.
In a recent meeting held by Aircheck Texas for AirCheck Texas qualified dealers, it was emphasized that funds allocated for this year’s program is a fraction of what it was in past years, with cuts equaling 88%. Qualified applicants are encouraged to submit their “Replacement Assistance Applications” early because once enough applications are received to exhaust this year’s funds, applications will no longer be accepted.
Byron Hugley, Fleet Manager at HUB Hyundai, an Aircheck Texas Approved Dealer located in North West Houston Texas said: “This is a great opportunity for individuals with older cars to upgrade to a more efficient vehicle. Buyers with vehicles that are 10 years old or older will be shocked by the improvements over the last decade. A four cylinder engine produces the equivalent horse power of a small V6 from ten years ago, while producing a fraction of the emissions and nearly doubling the fuel economy. The AirCheck Replacement Voucher is a win-win-win situation for buyers, car dealers and most importantly the environment.”
Mr. Hugley adds: We understand that residents need to act fast in order to qualify for the Drive a Clean Machine Program. I have made myself available to assist buyers looking to participate in the AirCheck Texas "Replacement Assistance" Program. Applicants can visit my website at http://www.painlesscarbuying.com or reach out to me personally by contacting HUB Hyundai at 281-894-5200.
About AirCheck Texas
Aircheck Texas is program coordinated by The North Central Texas Council of Governments. The NCTCOG is a voluntary association of, by and for local governments, established to assist local governments in planning for common needs, cooperating for mutual benefit, and coordinating for sound regional development.
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