State Inspections in North Dinwiddie, VA
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Overview Of Virginia State Inspections
As a resident of Virginia, it’s important you understand what the state inspection is and why it’s necessary. The Virginia state inspection comprises two parts: the safety inspection and the emissions inspection. By meticulously examining vehicles for safety hazards and emissions compliance, state inspections help prevent potential accidents and reduce harmful pollutants released into the atmosphere. The state ensures all vehicles meet specific safety and emission standards through this inspection process. Safety inspections are required annually, and emissions inspections are due every two years; however, certain exceptions apply for both. If your vehicle does not pass the safety inspection, you will be issued a rejection sticker and have 15 days to have it repaired and re-inspected. If your vehicle does not pass the emissions inspection, you will have 14 days to have it repaired and re-inspected. Here at Chesdin Automotive & Collision in North Dinwiddie, Virginia, we offer state inspections—and re-inspections when needed—for all makes and models. Get in touch with us today to learn more.