Pennsylvania State Vehicle Inspection
Coming up on your PA state inspection again? We’ll help you get ahead of it. Just stop by your nearest participating Goodyear Auto Service store for your Pennsylvania state-certified vehicle inspection. It’s that easy.
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What’s Included with a Pennsylvania State Vehicle Inspection at Goodyear Auto Service?
Our certified inspectors will carefully test the following components to ensure they’re in accordance with Pennsylvania safety inspection standards:
- Safety belts
- Exhaust system
- Tag mounting
- Turn signals
- Air induction
- Fuel metering
- Early fuel evaporative
- Air injection
- Positive crankcase ventilation
- Evaporative emission control
- Exhaust gas recirculation and conversion
- Other major parts of your vehicle.
What Else Should I Know About Vehicle Inspections in Pennsylvania?
Please remember to bring your current registration and proof of insurance to your inspection.
If your vehicle fails the inspection, you will be told what repairs are needed in order for it to pass. You will then need to have these repairs completed and have the vehicle re-tested. You are entitled to one free re-test at the original inspection station, as long as you bring it back within 30 days. If you bring the vehicle back after 30 days, a re-test fee will apply.
Where Can I Get a PA Inspection Near Me?
Select Goodyear Auto Service Pennsylvania locations offer state vehicle inspections. For more information on the inspection contact one of your local Pennsylvania locations, or choose to make an appointment today.
How Often Are State Vehicle Inspections Required?
Private, non-commercial vehicles should be inspected annually.
Why Choose a Goodyear Auto Service Location as your State Vehicle Inspection Station?
The certified technicians at your local Goodyear Auto Service understand the specific requirements that must be met to pass a new Pennsylvania vehicle inspection, and will work closely with you to determine exactly what your vehicle needs to you know exactly what you vehicle needs to stay road-ready in the Keystone State.