Beginning next week, vehicles will no longer need mechanical inspections. New Jersey is ending the practice, by saying it costs too much money to keep the operation going. Emissions testing will be the only kind of testing down. New vehicles won’t need an emissions test for five years. All subsequent testing will be done every two years following.
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