Topic: Re: Ot, kinda funny
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NC inspections are more for safety if the vehicle is older than 1996. After that, they connect it to the computer and look at emissions. But, if your car doesn't pass, ie, check engine light on, you can spend $200-250 trying to get it fixed and then apply for a waiver. They will pass it. Next year, you start over trying to pass, going through the fix, getting the waiver. BTDT w/ 1999 Chev. Its still on the road, just not in a county that does emissions testing.
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