Safety Inspection Program
Safety Inspections can prevent vehicle failure on the highways and crashes that may result in injuries or death. Vehicle safety inspections are performed at official PennDOT Inspection Stations (usually a repair garage or a service station with a repair shop). Inspection fees are posted at official inspection stations.
Actived: 7 days ago
Safety Inspection Program Consumers
Safety inspections for motor-driven cycles and motorized pedalcycles require that the following items be checked: steering, braking systems, tires and wheels, lighting and electrical systems, glazing (glass), mirrors, fuel systems, the speedometer, the odometer, the exhaust systems, horns and warning devices, the body, and the chassis.
In addition, registration renewal coupons with an April 2017 expiration date or later will include both the one-year and the two-year registration fees. If the fee listed in the “2-yr fee” block on the registration renewal form is shaded gray that vehicle type is not eligible to renew for a two-year period. In addition, vehicle owners who
Emissions Inspection Program. Pennsylvania’s emissions inspection program was customized to meet specific regional air-quality issues and improvement goals while focusing on customer convenience. A great deal has been done to improve air quality in Pennsylvania; however more vehicles on the road and more miles being traveled are offsetting
Maintaining Your Vehicle
Maintaining Your Vehicle Beyond Inspections. Safety inspections are designed to help ensure the safety of all drivers through a systematic check of a vehicle's safety components such as brakes, lights and exhaust systems. Pennsylvania vehicle owners must have their vehicles inspected by a certified inspection mechanic annually.