DMV: Re-inspection Procedures for Vehicles

Re-inspection Procedures for Vehicles

COMING SOON:  DMV will soon give customers the convenience of making road test appointments online.  See more information here
  • If the vehicle failed the original safety inspection, one no-fee re-inspection will be performed if it is within 30 days from the original fail date. All repairs must be completed and the vehicle returned within 30 days from the original inspection for a no fee re-inspection.
  • If the vehicle failed the original safety inspection and is not re-inspected within 30 days from the original fail date, the vehicle fails during the re-inspection, or if the inspection report is lost,  the vehicle must be completely re-inspected for an additional safety inspection fee
  • A vehicle that failed an original safety inspection that was performed by DMV must be re-inspected by the DMV unless otherwise instructed by the DMV.
  • A vehicle that fails a safety inspection at a licensed new car dealer, used car dealer, or repairer (which are known as licensees) can be re-inspected by the licensee with the exception of Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) and window tint re-inspections, which must be performed at a DMV Safety Inspection location.




Content Last Modified on 4/26/2017 1:12:50 PM