Question: What Do You Need To Get A Car Inspected??

Most States Will Ask for Proof of Insurance During an Inspection

  • Proof of liability insurance, which is the most basic level of insurance required to drive on all public roads in the United States.
  • Payment for the inspection (required whether your vehicle passes or fails the inspection)
  • Current photo ID.

What items are checked in a car inspection?

Missouri Vehicle Safety Inspection Checklist

  1. Interior. The inspector will take a close look at the interior of your car, including the steering wheel, brake pedal, brake warning light, how well the windshield wipers work, mirrors, seat belts, high beam indicator, horn and glass glazing.
  2. Exterior.
  3. Under the Hood.
  4. Bumpers.
  5. Air Pollution.
  6. Engine.
  7. Brake Components.

How much does it cost to get your car inspected?

The cost of inspecting and registering a vehicle will not change, but vehicle owners will make two separate payments. Instead of paying the usual $39.75 at the inspection station, owners will pay the $25.50 inspection fee at the station and pay the state the remaining $14.25 at the time of registration.

What can cause a car to fail inspection?

The most common causes of a failed emissions tests include: Rich air-fuel mixture. This might be due to malfunctioning injectors or a faulty oxygen sensor, so you should make sure these components work properly before you take your vehicle for inspection.

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