Within the next month, it is likely that motorists will not have to get a safety inspection for their vehicle. Legislation was passed in the legislature this week would eliminate safety inspections and extend the emissions inspection date for five years on new vehicles. The Asbury Park Press spoke to an Motor Vehicle Commission spokesman who said negotiations are on-going with Parsons, who runs the inspections, since the work they will be doing is changing. Estimates say this elimination will save the state $12 million. New Jersey will be the 30th state, along with the District of Columbia, to not have safety inspections. Regular emissions testing would still be every two years.