North Carolina State Vehicle Inspection
It seems like yesterday you had a new NC vehicle inspection sticker on your windshield. But before you know it, a year has passed, and you need a new one. Your local participating Goodyear Auto Service store can help you get your North Carolina state-certified vehicle inspection with ease.
LOCAL STORES THAT OFFER STATE VEHICLE INSPECTIONS
OUR NORTH CAROLINA VEHICLE INSPECTION SERVICES
What’s Included with a North Carolina State Vehicle Inspection at Goodyear Auto Service?
As part of our test, a certified inspector will carefully check the following components to ensure they meet North Carolina state vehicle standards:
- Windshield wipers
- Directional signals
- Rearview mirrors
- Exhaust emissions
What Else Should I Know About Vehicle Inspections in North Carolina?
- North Carolina state vehicle inspection fees are $13.60. Emissions inspection fees, which include vehicle inspections, cost $30.00.
- Your vehicle must pass inspection before its registration can be renewed. You must have your vehicle inspected no more than 90 days before your plate expires.
- If your vehicle was made before 1995, it is exempt from having an emissions inspection. However, it will still need to have a state vehicle inspection.
- Cars and trucks that are 35 years old or older are exempt from North Carolina state vehicle and emissions inspections.
See a full explanation of North Carolina’s vehicle safety and emissions regulations.
Where Can I Get a NC Inspection Near Me?
Each of the Goodyear Auto Service locations listed above offers state vehicle inspections. For more information on the inspection contact one of your local North Carolina locations, or choose to make an appointment right from this site.
How Often Are State Vehicle Inspections Required?
North Carolina state vehicle inspections are required annually.
Why Choose a Goodyear Auto Service Location as your State Vehicle Inspection Station?
The technicians at your local Goodyear Auto Service understand the specific requirements that must be met to pass a North Carolina state vehicle inspection, and will work closely with you to determine exactly what your vehicle needs to stay road-ready in the Old North State.