Beginning in 2020, personal passenger vehicles that pass inspection will only require re-inspection every two years.
The required two-year inspection interval will apply to personal passenger vehicles, family motor coaches, antique vehicles, light commercial vehicles and farm trucks with a unladen curb mass of 3,000 kilograms or less.
As part of that change, the cost of inspecting a vehicle will go from $35 to $45.
New two-year inspection stickers will be issued to vehicles passing inspection.
Proper maintenance of a vehicle remains the responsibility of the vehicle owner. While the inspection period is changing, owners are free to have their vehicles inspected at more frequent intervals.
Law enforcement officers continue to have the authority to order any vehicle inspected.