|06-05-2010, 12:52 PM||#1|
Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: Poconos, PAMember #9111
LSB E46 M3-BBY Evo VIII-FD RX7-TB Evo VIII-AS Evo VIII-G35 S/C-B7 A4-410whpWs6-3kGT
What is the law in PA with state inspection? How many days do you have?
Now so here are my questions, when you buy a car do you have 10 or 15 days from the day it is registered to get it inspected? The lady at the notary told me 15, cop told me 10.
If you try to get your car inspected within the 10 or 15 day time frame and it fails for w/e reason, isnt there an extention of some sort so that way whatever it was failed for has time to be fixed?
Thank you for any input.
|06-19-2010, 01:54 AM||#3|
[TST] Police Officer
Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: BerksMember #15563
2010 Hyundai Genesis Coupe R-spec, 2002 WRX ppg'd (sold), 1999 Legacy wagon
Sorry, didn't see this post.
Vehicles newly purchased may be driven for 10 days without current inspection after entry into the commonwealth.
Any violations (failures) during inspection are to be corrected within 5 days of failure, unless it is the case of emissions, then you have 30 days. Evidence of the violation corrections must be submitted to the commonwealth after they are finished.
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