Hawaii State Vehicle Inspection
There’s no shortage of things to do when you live in paradise. So, it’s understandable if your annual Hawaii Safety Inspection has snuck up on you. Just stop by a participating Goodyear Auto Service store, and we’ll help you take care of your Hawaii state-certified vehicle inspection.
LOCAL STORES THAT OFFER STATE VEHICLE INSPECTIONS
OUR HAWAII VEHICLE INSPECTION SERVICES
What’s Included with a Hawaii State Vehicle Inspection?
As part of our inspection, a certified inspector will carefully check the following components to ensure they meet Hawaii safety inspection standards:
- Steering and suspension systems
- Tires and wheel alignment
- Lamps and reflectors
- Glazing materials
- Body and interior components
- Exhaust systems
- Intake and fuel systems
- Speedometer and odometer
What Else Should I Know About Vehicle Inspections in Hawaii?
Be sure to have valid license plates (not damaged or illegible) at the time of your inspection and to bring with you your Hawaii no-fault insurance card and a valid vehicle registration card. If you have a reconstructed vehicle, you should also bring a bill of sale or receipt for any parts that have been added.
If your vehicle passes the safety inspection, we’ll affix a sticker to your vehicle and give you hard-copy inspection certificates.
We’ll also update your safety inspection information in the Hawaii motor vehicle database available for DMV staff to search. (This may take up to four months to be entered into the system.)
If we find defects within your vehicle, you will need to have repairs made and have it inspected again. We’ll provide you with a list of defects that need to be fixed and discuss any services we recommend, along with their costs, so you can determine how best to proceed.
Where Can I Get a Hawaii State Vehicle Inspection Near Me?
Select Goodyear Auto Service locations in Hawaii offer state safety inspections. For more information on the inspection contact one of your local Hawaii locations, or choose to make an appointment today.
How Often Are State Vehicle Inspections Required?
All vehicles two years old and over registered in the state of Hawaii require an annual safety inspection.
Why Choose a Goodyear Auto Service Location for your State Vehicle Inspection?
The technicians at your local Goodyear Auto Service understand the specific requirements that must be met to pass a Hawaii state vehicle inspection, and will work closely with you to determine exactly what your vehicle needs to stay road-ready in the Aloha State.