While requirements vary by state, to pass a state vehicle inspection, a car must be free of leaks, have working brakes and acceptable car emissions levels. All parts related to safety must be in good working order. Fluid... More »

As of 2014, Maryland requires a vehicle-safety-inspection certificate to register, sell or transfer most used vehicles. Some counties also require that most vehicles undergo an emission inspection every two years, althou... More »

Car safety inspections vary based on the state, but inspectors often look at the car for signs of rust or anything else that could compromise the car's structural integrity. Tires are usually included on the checklist as... More »

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Vehicle safety inspection requirements vary by state and type of vehicle, but all inspections entail a trained individual confirming that certain vehicle components meet state vehicle safety standards. Inspectors general... More »

Some vehicle inspection regulations include the requirement to obtain a vehicle safety inspection at a operator licensed by the state's Department of Motor Vehicles every 12 months or when the vehicle is sold or transfer... More »

The driver needs to know local and state laws pertaining to motor vehicles and basic maneuvers used while driving a vehicle to pass a driving test. A person taking a driving test must demonstrate those skills and underst... More »

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Before you buy a car from another state, check your state's emissions standards, your state's safety inspection requirements, title and registration information, and sales tax. Most states require a form of financial res... More »

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