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  • Purpose: The primary goal of a safety inspection is to ensure that a vehicle is in a safe and roadworthy condition.

  • Components Checked: Safety inspections typically examine various components of the vehicle, including brakes, tires, lights, steering and suspension systems, exhaust system, windshield wipers, mirrors, seat belts, and other safety-related features.

  • Common Issues Checked: The inspection looks for issues such as worn-out brake pads, malfunctioning lights, bald tires, and other safety hazards.

  • Frequency: The frequency of safety inspections varies by jurisdiction, and they may be required annually, biennially, or at other intervals.

Safety Inspection:

  • Purpose: Emissions inspections focus on checking the vehicle's exhaust emissions to ensure compliance with environmental standards and regulations.

  • Components Checked: The inspection typically involves analyzing the vehicle's exhaust gases to measure pollutants such as carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, and hydrocarbons.

  • Common Issues Checked: Emissions inspections aim to identify issues with the vehicle's emission control system, catalytic converter, and other components affecting emissions.

  • Frequency: Emissions inspections are often required at regular intervals, and the frequency depends on the jurisdiction. Some areas may require emissions testing annually or during vehicle registration renewal.

Emissions Inspection:

  • In some regions, safety and emissions inspections are combined into a single inspection process.

  • This combined inspection ensures that a vehicle not only meets safety standards but also complies with emissions regulations.

Combined Safety and Emissions Inspection:

  • Vehicles that do not pass safety or emissions inspections may be subject to penalties, fines, or restrictions on road usage until the necessary repairs are made.

  • In some areas, passing emissions inspections may also be a requirement for vehicle registration or renewal.

Consequences of Non-Compliance:

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