State Inspections and Emissions
– Pennsylvania annual state inspection is a safety inspection of your vehicle required by the state of all major components. Passenger vehicles and light trucks weighing 17,000 pounds and less.
*Current PA vehicle registration and Insurance card required.
-Pennsylvania annual state Emission testing is part of Pennsylvania’s Clean Air Act and is required in:
Pittsburgh Area counties: Allegheny, Beaver, Washington, and Westmoreland
Northern Region counties: Blair, Cambria, Centre, Erie, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Lycoming, and Mercer
South Central counties: Berks, Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Lehigh, Northampton, and York
Philadelphia Area counties: Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia
Vehicles registered in the other 42 counties not listed are NOT required to pass an emissions inspection. However, most passenger vehicles and light trucks weighing 11,000 pounds and less are required to pass a visual anti-tampering check as part of a PA state safety inspection. Vehicles registered as classic or collectible are exempt from the anti-tampering portion of the safety inspection. The visual anti-tampering check is a visual inspection for the presence of emission control components that were installed on a vehicle by the manufacturer.
*Current PA vehicle registration ONLY (just emissions testing)
– Pennsylvania yearly annual TRAILER state safety inspection weighing 10,000 pounds and less.
*Current PA trailer registration and Insurance card required.
-Safety Check- although not required it is always a good idea to have your vehicle checked out periodically. That is where most automotive shops differ. Here at Wexford Automotive Repair we can and will go over your entire vehicle. Not just from a safety standpoint but all maintenance as well.