End Motor Vehicle Inspections

End Motor Vehicle Inspections

What problem does it solve? Long lines at motor vehicle inspection stations will end since traditional motor vehicle inspection stations will no longer be necessary. What is your solution and who does it apply to? Most air pollution from motor vehicles stems from a small number of out-of-compliance vehicles, especially older vehicles. It's therefore unnecessary and wasteful to require all vehicles to be inspected at traditional motor vehicle inspection stations. In lieu of such inspections, the DEP would inspect vehicles using mobile testing equipment. See Colorado's program. https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cdphe/rapidscreen-roadside-emissions-testing-program What is the anticipated impact? Residents will no longer need to spend time at traditional inspection stations, while New Jersey's air quality will be protected.


What replaces vehicle inspection stations? And how can effective regulation be enforced without a physical inspection of a vehicle? this just sounds like a bad idea.

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