Question. Can I attach a controller to my car without having to check it out?
Answer: Well, out of the fist, I say, "No, Jose." Nevertheless, I think it might be a badly thought out response, so I thought I was going to go to some US government websites and see what they said. I was reviewing 10 countries in different parts of the country and here I found amazing results …
New York – "All vehicles registered in New York should receive a safety check and check for emissions every 12 months. Both inspections are also required when transferring the ownership of the vehicle. (Both cars are also exempted from emission checks). the DMV-approved inspector at the same time in DMV-licensed private-owned inspection facilities. " Thus, "NO" in New York.
New Jersey – "You can meet online at Salem, Cape May, or Washington State (Warren County) for state inspections. So, "NO" in New Jersey.
Massachusetts: Massachusetts presented its "next generation" automobile emission testing and safety inspection program. 2008 On October 1, the cars are tested for safety emission testing every year. The engines will be able to choose which inspection station they use as long as the station is licensed. The value of the test in the nation is the lowest one for all. The mass transport inspection will cost $ 29 a year. Thus, "No" is also in MA.
Do not let south to south Virginia – "In general, all new car companies are carrying out inspections, checking services in your local telephone directory." Thus, "no" in VA.
East to big (big) state Texas – "If your car is not registered in one of the emission zones, you will have to check the vehicle in your area at one of your local inspection stations. At present there is no replacement for the drivers of the non-emission county. Hmmmm … also looks at the big "NO" in TX as well.
Perhaps everything is calm in the Pacific. The state of Washington State reads, "If you live in the following countries, your car can test emissions every 2 years.
- Clark's Circuit:
- King's County:
- Pearce province
- Snohomish County
- Spokane County "
So, it's a good chance that if you live in 5 residential areas of WA (incredible, as 90% of the population lives in these 5 regions), you can get it without a check. I also know that the state of Washington does not use stickers for testing, but they keep them through the capital's central computer and they will come and get it. This is my state of residence, so I know this is the case.
As for the returned Midwest. I decided to check Kansas and the color of hope if you could live in the wheat dew. "Kansas does not have an emission permit for motor vehicles. You need to check your car for your car, and inevitably you do not need documentation to register your car. " Thus, for the KS, the big "YES".
A few months ago I live in Mississippi. The people below are seemingly slow enough so I thought what I could find there. Good news! At least, until you see the word here. "Mississippi corresponds to all federal guidelines for air quality, so it has not yet implemented smog and emission inspections that are mandatory for the residents' vehicles. So "YES", if you want to live in Talish marshes, at least in the south of the country.
Leave it to another country … that will depend on us all over the country. As to Minnesota. When did I check? Minnesota I had a nice surprise. "The Minnesota Automobile Emission Testing was completed in 1999 when Minnesota Control Agency required relocation of territorial and air quality status from the federal government." I did not even know that it could change anything. Usually, when bureaucracy are involved, they are like cancer, it is very difficult to remove them. Kudos for Minnesota "YES!" For the Big Fat:
As a rule, heavy regulators tend to the highest populous states in the North East, as well as to socialist oriented Western countries, OR, WA, and, of course, CA. But the good news is that the Midwest and the West have a clean air and no testing is required at least three revisions.
So, if you live in those countries, yes, you'll get those stickers better. But if not, then you will succeed. But I'll tell you how you've asked your question, you're going to move Midwest or South or Alaska to avoid those stickers.
Here all states in alphabetical order –
Alabama – Alabama does not require a vehicle emission test, although any state may adopt laws to test the state law. At the moment no one has done.
Alaska – 2012 year. As of March 1, emissions checks in Alaska are no longer required. Another change. This can also be said by the fact that the United States has control over the emissions of vehicles.
Arizona – The Vehicle Emission Inspection Program (VEIP) refers to the subway Metro "Phoenix" and "Tucson", which model year after 1967, confirming the emission levels being checked 90 days prior to the expiration of their registration.
Arkansas – Arkansas does not require annual vehicle inspection. Nevertheless, the state still expects you to focus on your vehicle emissions. Yes, I, every short run of the Arkady, get my smirk every year.
California – Whether or not you need it, the California DMV will send you a renewal notice, telling you if your car is worn out, it will also tell you if your car requires an atmospheric test in the test site. However, if your car is six or less years old, you are not required to receive a smog certificate until you pay the annual cigarette charge. California will force you to come or go.
Colorado – Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas and Jefferson, as well as parts of Adams and Arapau provinces are called "enhanced testing." Even if you happen to live in a country that is not tested or has only a basic test (see below), but you are buying those areas then you also need to go through an enhanced test. The basic test is required in Larimer, Weld, and El Paso. Territory boundaries can be confusing, so if it is not clear that your region's requirements simply give the local title and registration office a call. Or just cry.
Connecticut – If you have a car registered in Connecticut, which is more than four or less than 25 years old, you are required to submit a state emission check every year.
Delaware – You must pass an exhaust test to register or register your car. The test you are given depends on your age.
FLORIDA – 2000 On July 1, Florida, after a 9-year trial, eliminated the need for automotive emission testing for all vehicles.
Georgia – In all 13 cities of Georgia, all gas-consuming cars and light trucks from 3 to 25 must be tested for emissions before issuing a license.
Hawaii – Currently, there are no limitations on car emissions in Hawaii. The state is on the front line of the electric vehicle and has many hybrids on the streets.
Idaho – The northern Ada County (home to Boise, the largest city in Idaho) is the only district in Idaho, requiring vehicles for its residents to pass annual emission checks.
Illinois – Many Illinois state-owned vehicles require the state to check their emissions every two years. Car owners are sent a notification when it's time to check.
Indiana – If you are a resident of Clark, Floyd, Litch or Porter, and your passenger car is at least four years old, you should complete the emission check every two years. If your car is up to 1976, it is not required for testing.
Iowa – Iowa City does not have a heavy population that causes cigarette problems, so there are no guidelines for vehicle emission checks.
Kansas City – Kansas does not have an emission permit for motor vehicles.
Kentucky – While Kentucky has been admitted in 1999, The vehicle emission test program for the three northern regions has been completed by the end of 2005.
Louisiana – Louisiana Vehicle Controls pay more attention to the mechanical parts of your vehicle, but also check certain parts of the vehicle's emissions. An exception is for vehicles registered in Baton Rouge. They should also be provided on-board Diagnostics.
Maine – If you are driving a car, your car must be tested every year. Cars registered in Cumberland County should also have an exhaust check.
Maryland – The year of your car decides what type of test will be passed. During the current two model years, cars are released from the first test phase.
Massachusetts: In Massachusetts, you should check your vehicle every year. Since 1999, owners of vehicles in Massachusetts have also demanded that their vehicles be tested for emission emissions.
Michigan – Michigan now does not require automobile or truck emission checks
Minnesota – Minnesota Automobile Emission Testing was completed in 1999.
Mississippi – Mississippi does not require any cigarette or emission checks on a vehicle registered inside the state.
Missouri – According to the Missouri law, emissions checks are required for drivers who live in St. Louis. Louis City or one of the following countries: Jefferson, Franklin, St. Louis and St. Louis.
Monta – Montana does not require cigarette or emission checks on any car.
Nebraska – Nebraska has no official policy for transport testing.
Nevada – Urban settlements located in Clark and Waysu regions are subject to severe emission testing requirements.
New Hampshire – Official licensed control stations for emission control are responsible for assessing your vehicle engine emissions according to your vehicle registration.
New Jersey – New Jersey motorists require the Motor Vehicle Commission to take their vehicles for emission testing two years.
New Mexico – Everyone who lives in the larger Albuquerque Metropolitan Area will have to check their car – or get free until you register it.
New York – New York requires all registered vehicles to have two types of inspections every year – safety checks and emission checks. They are implemented simultaneously in private-owned inspection facilities licensed by the Department of Motor Vehicles.
North Carolina – When you register your new gasoline vehicle during emissions, your car will have to go through the "Diagnostic Emission Checks". This is besides the safety check that your car should pass.
North Dakota – North Dakota does not require emission checks.
Ohio – Currently the E-Check affects only 7 residents of 88 state provinces: Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, Medina, Portage, or Summit counties and if you have your car, you must have your exhaust system upgrade your registration.
Oklahoma – Oklahoma is one of the rest of the world that does not require emission testing for any vehicle.
Oregon – The environmental department operates in seven air cleaner stations in Portland, Midland, or the Rhine Valley. These areas are subject only to emission checks.
Pennsylvania This country requires a vehicle emission test once a year. So, when warning you, the state will impose on your vehicle a prolongation notice, "Check Waste Compulsory / Diesel Drives".
Rhode Island – Emissions checks should be made every two years at any state certified state institution. Emission testing is carried out in conjunction with an annual safety assessment.
South Carolina – South Carolina does not require any smoke or emission checks in cars. The state meets all federal clean air standards.
South Dakota – It is one of the few states in South Dakota that do not require any type of vehicle emission checks.
Tennessee – 10,500 pounds of gas or diesel fuels registered in Davidson, Hamilton, Richford, Sumner, Williamsburg, and Wilson, as well as those registered in Memphis are required to submit an emission test before registering or renewing their registrations.
Texas – All Texas cars pass an annual checkup. Therefore, it is mandatory that emission checks are added to this process (basic city centers, Dallas and Houston).
Utah – Utahs, which are heavily inhabited by Salt Lake City, Davis, Utah, and Utber, are required to take their vehicles for inspection.
Vermont – Vermont does not require drivers to submit an annual or semi-annual emission test.
Virginia – As in many countries, Virginia claims that many cars are up-to-date on two different types of tests: one for safety, and one for emissions.
Washington – Pollution testing is required for all five and 25 year old petrol and diesel vehicles registered in five locations in Washington.
Washington – In Colombia, automobilists are required to check their vehicles before registering, and the inspection should be renewed every two years.
West Virginia – West Virginia currently does not require emission testing as a vehicle registration requirement.
Wisconsin – Newer than 1968 Registered countries in the most populous counties of South Wisconsin must pass emission testing when it is under restoration.
Wyoming – Wyoming does not require any smoke or emissions inspections for any registered and registered vehicle in the state.