Missouri State Inspection Service Special
Who needs to have their vehicle inspected and what do you need?
- New Missouri residents – have 30 days to register a vehicle after moving
- You want to renew your MO registration
- Have proof of current vehicle inspection
Some counties require residents to also have their cars pass an emissions inspection as well, check here for more information regarding that.
Your vehicle must be inspected before it can be registered in the state of Missouri.
What happens if you fail the State Inspection Test?
- You must repair the items that failed the inspection
- Complete a retest within 20 business days at the same station that performed the initial inspection – in doing so, the retest is free (only applicable once)
If your vehicle failed an inspection, you will need to get the necessary parts repaired and retested before you will be able to get it registered. A great perk of bringing your vehicle in for us to inspect it is that we are able to repair make repairs on your vehicle sooner and faster than it would be for you to take your car to an alternative state inspection center. Our team will be able to take a look at your vehicle quickly to make the correct and necessary repairs.
Our team is filled with professional technicians who are skilled in every make and model. Our service team provides unmatched customer service, providing a great and transparent visit every time.
Drivers in the Florissant and O’Fallon, MO areas prefer Travers Premier Auto Service for all their car maintenance needs – from standard maintenance to more complicated service and repairs. We are happy to be the one-stop-shop drivers need for service and state and vehicle emission inspection. Our flexible weekday and Saturday hours make it easy to stay on top of your vehicle service schedule. Book an appointment today and see why drivers all around Florissant and O’Fallon prefer Travers Premier Auto Service for all vehicle service and maintenance needs.