When you have your car inspection in Fairfax, VA, the Commonwealth-approved inspector is required to strictly follow the legal mandates of the Virginia Motor Vehicle Safety Inspection Program as outlined in The Required Official Annual Motor Vehicle Inspection Manual.
According the the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles (VA DMV) "your vehicle must pass an annual safety inspection and display a valid safety inspection sticker before it can be operated on Virginia roadways." Before you can register your vehicle in Virginia, the DMV requires it pass the annual 24-point car inspection in Fairfax, VA. In addition, vehicles registered in Fairfax County are included in the Air Check Virginia emissions inspection program operated by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) in Northern Virginia. Your car inspection station in Fairfax, VA will electronically update your DMV vehicle record with your car inspection and emissions test results so your records will remain current and your vehicle will continue to be safe to operate on the roadways.
There is no electronic list of approved Virginia car inspection stations. Fairfax, VA motorists can look for the blue-and-white Virginia Approved Inspection Station signs at car dealerships and approved auto service centers and garages, or search online to locate the most convenient local car inspection stations. If you encounter problems or believe your car inspection was not performed properly, communicate the inspection station information and details of your experience to your local Safety Division of the Virginia State Police. They will conduct a thorough investigation to determine if proper inspection procedures were followed. Car inspection in Fairfax, VA is administered by Safety Division Area 67 of the Virginia State Police. Contact them at email@example.com or by phone at (703) 803-2622 with any issues regarding proper procedures during your Northern Virginia car inspection in Fairfax County.
If you need to replace a lost or damaged vehicle safety inspection approval sticker also contact your local Safety Division of the Virginia State Police. They can process your request without the need for or expense of a re-inspection.
While the 24-point Virginia car inspection process is not complicated, there are many specific questions people have pertaining to their particular vehicles. For additional information regarding topics such as neon lights, bumper heights, trailers, high-efficiency low-emission vehicles, and window tinting, to name but a few, check the Virginia State Police car inspection FAQ’s at The Motor Vehicle Laws of Virginia found at: http://lis.virginia.gov/000/src.htm, or head over to the approved state car inspection center at Wiygul Automotive Clinic. Our trained, ASE-certified inspectors can answer all your questions, complete a precision car inspection, and get you safely back on the road in no time.