The emissions inspection program was developed by the Departments of Transportation and Environmental Protection Agency with input from the public and various representatives of the auto industry. Tailored to meet Pennsylvania's specific air quality improvement needs, the program focuses on motorist convenience and choice. If required for your vehicle, the emissions inspection is due once a year at the same time or before your annual inspection.
We offer emissions testing and repair for all vehicles requiring a test. We also employee an Emissions Repair Technician that is recognized by the state and is certified to perform emissions diagnostics and repairs.
All highway motor vehicles registered in the state of Pennsylvania require a once a year safety inspection. As part of this inspection the following items are checked for safety and proper operation, they include lights, brakes, horn, tires, safety belts, exhaust system, mirrors, tag mounting, suspension, turn signals, steering, glass, wiper blades, and other major parts of the vehicle. All of our inspection fees are listed at the bottom of the page.
Enhanced Vehicle Safety Inspections
As of January 1, 2007, only those safety inspection stations appointed and under contract with PennDot as an Enhanced Vehicle Safety Inspection Station may inspect reconstructed, flood, specially constructed, recovered theft, collectible, modified vehicles and street rods for compliance with all applicable equipment and inspection rules for the purpose of titling the vehicle in Pennsylvania.