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The following is a re-print of a notice from the State of New York.
NYVIP - New York Vehicle Inspection Program
Inspection Station Customer
Inspection stations are required to conduct a complete New York State (NYS) Vehicle Inspection in compliance with the NYS Vehicle and Traffic Law.
As required by the federal Clean Air Act of 1990, NYS has implemented a new emissions test for most 1996 and newer vehicles. This new test is part of the "Drive NY Clean" program and is designed to identify potential problems with your vehicle that might result in excessive and harmful exhaust emissions. With this new program, the state, inspection stations and motorists can work together to reduce vehicle emissions and promote healthier, cleaner air for the residents of New York.
The NYS Department of Motor Vehicles, in compliance with the US Environmental Protection Agency, has incorporated a nationally recognized test of the On-Board Diagnostic II (OBD II) system as part of your yearly inspection.
The OBD II system is an electronic monitoring and warning system built into your vehicle that drives the Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL) on your vehicle's dashboard. It is required by the Clean Air Act to be standard on all 1996 model year and newer light duty vehicles with a weight less than 8,501 lbs. With the aid of electronic connections to your vehicle's OBD II system, a certified inspector will collect the results of the electronic monitoring and provide you with a report of this inspection.
If your vehicle requires further service to pass inspection, the report provided to you will help a qualified, trained service technician determine the necessary repairs or adjustments to perform on your vehicle. You may have this work completed at the inspection facility or take the vehicle to a repair facility of your choosing. You may request a written estimate for any work before it is performed. The repair shop may charge a reasonable fee for the estimate. Federal law requires vehicle manufacturers to provide warranty coverage on emissions components for two years or 24,000 miles and on the catalyst and computer for eight years or 80,000 miles. Check your owner's manual before having repairs performed. If you choose to remove the vehicle from the inspection facility to make the repairs, a re-inspection fee may apply
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