Maryland State Automotive Safety Inspections in Gaithersburg, MD
If you have recently moved to Maryland or purchased a vehicle, you are required to have it inspected at an authorized inspection station.
New residents are required to have a vehicle safety inspection prior to being able to get their car registered. When you purchase a used vehicle prior to registration it is necessary to have your car inspected. A certificate must be dated within 90 days to have the vehicle registered.
If your vehicle failed its first Maryland Vehicle Safety Inspection you will have 30 days or 1,000 miles, whichever comes first, to get your car re-inspected. If you take longer than that you will have to have the car inspected again.
Depending on which items fail a re-inspection fee may apply.
When your vehicle passes inspection; the inspection is only valid for 90 days
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Next time you need a Maryland State Vehicle Safety Inspection, bring your car to Flower Hill or Redland Liberty Auto center in Gaithersburg, Maryland. We are local family run auto repair shops that cares about its’ customers.
What Is Inspected During a Maryland Vehicle Safety Inspection?
- Steering system
- Wheel alignment
- Brake system
- Wheels / tires
- Fuel system
- Exhaust system
- Electrical system
- Glazing (windows)
- Hood / catches
- Door handle latches
- Floor / trunk pans
- Speedometer / odometer
- Driver seat
- Safety belts
- Motor mounts
- Gear shift indicator
- Universal and CV (constant velocity) joints
- Emissions equipment