Clean air and safe roads are important! For Mass. state inspections in Boston, MA. we’ve got you covered! Did you know the state of Massachusetts was one of the first states in the country to start testing vehicle emissions? Read more about the Mass. State Inspection here.
What happens when I bring my vehicle for inspection?
First, a state-licensed inspector will give your vehicle a brief visual inspection to make sure there are no conditions such as leaking gasoline that present an immediate danger to either the inspector or the general public. These conditions must be fixed before the inspection proceeds.
After passing the visual inspection, you then present your vehicle registration to the inspector. A vehicle must have an active registration and matching valid vehicle ID number (found in the left front side of the dashboard) to get an inspection. After the inspector checks that your registration is valid, you pay the inspector $29. Drivers are then asked to exit the vehicle and remain in the waiting area while the inspector administers the safety and emissions tests.
Source: Mass. State Government
What type of tests do we do?
- Emissions Tests
- Safety Tests
We complete a full range of emissions tests and safety tests.
Once complete, we’ll return your vehicle and place the inspection sticker on your windshield. All customers receive a copy of their test results.