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Posted on: August 8, 2019

NCTCOG Regional Smoking Vehicle Program (RSVP)

RSVP allows you to report smoking vehicles.  If you spot a vehicle emitting excessive amounts of smoke from the tailpipe, you can help the region breathe easier by doing something about it.

The Regional Smoking Vehicle Program (RSVP) is one of many efforts aimed at improving air quality in Dallas-Fort Worth.

RSVP is designed to inform and help motorists when their vehicles produce excessive tailpipe smoke and pollutants.

By reporting such vehicles, North Texans are able to take an active role in helping improve the region's air quality.

RSVP covers all 16 counties of the DFW region, which includes ozone pollutant non-attainment counties along with Erath, Hood, Hunt, Navarro, Palo Pinto and Somvervell.  Keep an eye out for the logo and remember, you can easily and anonymously report smoking vehicles by calling 817.704.2522 or visiting the web site.

Owners of vehicles suspected of emitting excessive pollutants are sent a letter explaining when and where their vehicles were reported, possible causes of the incidents and potential solutions.

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