Re: [DML] Re: Failed CA Emissions UPDATE (still bad)
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Re: [DML] Re: Failed CA Emissions UPDATE (still bad)



In Pennsylvania (at least), you are exempt from emissions inspection  
in any year that you drive less than 5,000, even if you have a  
regular plate.  The inspection station simply checks the milage and  
issues a special sticker that says "EXEMPT".   I squeeze under some  
years but not others.

--Pete Lucas
   VIN #06703


On Dec 21, 2005, at 8:02 PM, mingovw wrote:

> Generally historical vehicles are classified as driven less than
> 6,000 miles a year. If you can live with that, then go for the
> historical plates. In Ohio, Michigan, WVa, and PA historical plates
> make you exempt from smog checks, yearly liscense renewals, and you
> qualify for a steep discount with insurance.
>
<<<snip>>>






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