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Yes that used car should pass smog inspection.
Should only take about an hour.
If you bought a car with expired inspection for the state you live in, take it back to the lot immediately. It is illegal for them to sell a vehicle with expired inspection that is for road use. They will have to have it inspected, probably at your cost.
No. There is no Florida car inspection.
You would have to get a safety inspection. After you can take it to the Department of Motor Vehicles.
No. A safety inspection is required to insure a car if it is 12 years or older. BUT... you need insurance on the car before you can register it. So you can insure the car first and get the pink cards then take the pink cards to the registry to get the plates. The insurance company will give you 30 days grace to get the safety done.
When the registration has expired. The tags on your rear license plate should have the month and year of expiration, that's when you take it to get safety and emissions inspection.
A certified used car is simply a car that has been placed through a rigorous inspection to show that it is fully capable of being used by a new owner. Usually this is a multi-point inspection that covers everything from brakes to the engine itself.
A certified used car is a car that usually has a predetermined check list that has to performed, and if anything is found wrong while performing this inspection, the problems are suppose to be repaired. The dealership should have a copy of the inspection sheet of file for you to review, but you will have to ask to see it,
Yes, that is how they can prove to the law that the car isn't stolen. ANSWER: They must provide legal papers of the car for inspection purposes.
It means that you need to take your car to service inspection.
Yes. Va will pass your car with a check engine light. The inspection station will try to get you to figure out what is wrong with you car but they will not fail it. However, If your SRS light is on, the car will fail the inspection.
Yes. A car can be sold in PA (either by an individual or a dealer) without current inspection stickers. It is the buyer's responsibility to have the car inspected within 10 days of purchase. (Taken from PennDOT website)
Will a car pass inspection if your right side mirror missing
Depends which country you are in and which inspection it fails.
In pa it will pass an inspection
You must have a car inspection sticker, to drive a car in texas. The state will send you registration stickers, you have to get the car inspected yourself, once a year.
Before you buy any used car or truck, take it to a garage and pay to have a prepurchase inspection done. It will be the best buy for your money.
Yes, a vintage car definitely need an auto inspection. Vintage cars are probably very old, and an auto inspection will find if there are any problems with the car, and fix it, so the car is safer to drive.
Yes, a person can get a ticket for an expired car inspection if the car is parked on public property. All they have to do is get it inspected before the court date.
It doesn't need acar insurance anymore since it is just an inspection, nothing to worry about.
There are many requirements in North Carolina that must be met in order for a car to pass inspection. However, one cannot have the check engine light on, in order to pass a car inspection.
no because it will not pass inspection
No. But if you transfer the registration to Georgia, you will have to. Be aware, too, that if you drive the car back to Texas, you can be ticketed if you don't take care of the inspection ASAP.