Before you can register your vehicle, you have to schedule a Virginia State Vehicle Inspection in Springfield, VA. For occupant and general roadway safety, your vehicle will be tested to meet exact standards as set by the Commonwealth of Virginia and the U.S. Congress. Every two years you will also successfully pass an emissions inspection to protect the air we breathe.
Safety inspections are required for all vehicles in the Commonwealth, while smog and emissions checks are required for vehicles being registered in these Virginia counties and cities:
- Prince William
Cities in Virginia:
- Falls Church
- Manassas Park
Safety inspections cost $16 for motor vehicles, including trailers and semitrailers. Motorcycle inspections are $12.
If your sticker expires while you are an active-duty military member stationed out of state, or are a full-time college student out of state, and you need a Virginia State Vehicle Inspection in Springfield, VA, you do not have to get your vehicle inspected again until you return to your place of residence or business. You can drive an expired vehicle in Virginia while on leave as long as it has a valid out-of-state inspection sticker.
If your vehicle fails the Virginia State Vehicle Inspection in Springfield, VA, you’ll receive a rejection sticker on your windshield and have 15 days to make necessary vehicle repairs and pass the re-inspection. Official answers to your questions about the Virginia State Vehicle Inspection and registration information can be found at http://www.dmv.org/va-virginia/car-registration.php.
Or, simply stop by our approved State Inspection Center at Wiygul Automotive Clinic for a complete, hassle-free vehicle inspection. Springfield, VA drivers, we are in your neighborhood and on the way to anywhere. At Burke Auto, we help you drive safely!