Emissions Inspection (Click here for Canada)

United States

Alabama

No statewide emissions inspections required.

Alaska

Emissions inspections are done every 2 years, but only in designated areas of the state. Currently, only Fairbanks and Anchorage require the inspections.

Arizona

Emissions inspection is required prior to registration Area A and B and differs in the two areas.

Area A includes townships in Maricopa, Yavapai, and Pinal counties; Area B includes select townships in Pima county.

Vehicles manufactured in or before 1966 are exempt from inspection.

Vehicles in Area B and manufactured in or before 1980, other than diesel-powered vehicles, must pass the curb idle test condition; vehicles in Area B and manufactured in or after 1981, other than diesel-powered vehicles, must pass the curb idle test condition and the loaded test condition. Exempts collectible vehicles and motorcycles from emission inspections in Area B.

Vehicles in Area A and manufactured in or after 1981 with a Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) rating of 8,500 lbs. or less, other than diesel vehicles, must pass a transient loaded test or an on-board diagnostic test; all other vehicles in Area A, except diesel vehicles, must pass a steady state loaded test and a curb idle emissions test.

Repair and maintenance costs not to exceed $500 in Area A and $300 in Area B.

OBD is utilized as part of the state emissions inspection process.

Visit the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality for more information on Arizona’s Vehicle Emissions Inspection Program.

Arkansas

No statewide emissions inspections required.

California

Smog inspections are required for all vehicles except motorcycles or those vehicles manufactured prior to the 1976 model year and diesel powered vehicles manufactured prior to the 1996 model year that have a gross vehicle weight over 8,500 lbs. Vehicles registered in areas subject to the biennial smog certification program are required to submit evidence of a smog certification every other renewal period.

Vehicles that are 6 model years old or less are exempt from the biennial smog requirements for registration renewal. Evidence of a current smog certification must be provided by the seller except when transfer occurs between a spouse, sibling, child, parent, grandparent, or grandchild.

Smog certifications are good for 90 days from the date of inspection. The inspection is not required on a transfer if a biennial smog certification was submitted to DMV within 90 days prior to the vehicle transfer date.

Smog inspections are required in the following counties: Alameda, Butte, Colusa, Contra Costa, Fresno, Glenn, Kern, Kings, Los Angeles, Madera, Marin, Merced, Monterey, Napa, Nevada, Orange, Sacramento, San Benito, San Francisco, San Joaquin, San Luis Obispo, San Mateo, Santa Barbara, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Shasta, Solano, Stanislaus, Sutter, Tehama, Tulare, Ventura, Yolo, and Yuba.

The counties of El Dorado, Placer, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, and Sonoma require smog certifications within certain zip codes only.

Visit the California Department of Motor Vehicles for more information on California’s Smog Inspection Program.

Colorado

Emissions testing of gas- and diesel-powered vehicles is required when registering, re-registering, or selling vehicles in the following counties known as the Enhanced Areas: Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Denver, Douglas, El Paso, and Jefferson. Testing is also required in Weld, Larimer, and Pitkin counties, known as the Basic Area.

In the enhanced emissions program areas, no motor vehicle that is required to be registered shall be sold or registered for the first time without a certificate of emissions compliance, or registered unless such vehicle passed a clean screen test.

OBD is utilized as part of the state emissions inspection process.

Visit the Colorado Department of Revenue for more information on the Division of Motor Vehicles Emissions Program.

Connecticut

All 1968 model year and later vehicles are required to have an effective air pollution control device.

All vehicles except those listed below shall be inspected biannually to ensure that air pollution control equipment complies with the exhaust emissions standards defined by the Commissioner of Environmental Protection and approved by the U.S. EPA. OBD is utilized as part of the state emissions inspection process.

The commissioner may issue a sticker that shows the expiration date of the inspection on both sides, and an expiration date for exempt vehicles.

Inspections may be made at authorized dealer and repair locations.

Used motor vehicles registered in Connecticut from out-of-state are required to pass emission testing and VIN verification before they can be registered.

Visit here for more information on the Connecticut Emissions Program.

Delaware

Emissions inspection is required for all vehicles manufactured since 1968. Motor vehicles manufactured in the past 5 model years are exempt.

OBD is utilized as part of the state emissions inspection process.

Visit the Delaware Division of Motor Vehicles for more information on exhaust emission inspections.

District of Columbia

Motor vehicles and trailers are required to have emissions tested biennially.  New vehicles that have a certificate of origin, pre-1968 vehicles and zero emission vehicles, are exempt from the emissions test process.

OBD is utilized as part of the state emissions inspection process.

Vehicles that fail inspection will receive a rejection sticker and will be permitted to use the vehicle for 20 days in order to have the necessary repairs made to bring the vehicle into compliance.

Visit the District of Columbia Department of Motor Vehicles for more information on D.C. emissions inspection program.

Florida

No statewide emissions inspection required.

Georgia

An annual emissions inspection is required prior to registration in covered counties. The covered counties are Cherokee, Clayton, Cobb, Coweta, DeKalb, Douglas, Fayette, Forsyth, Fulton, Gwinnett, Henry, Paulding, and Rockdale. All covered vehicles must have a current passing Certificate of Emission Inspection or a waiver to obtain a vehicle registration each year.

The inspection requirement applies to all light duty vehicles, light duty trucks with a GVWR of 8,500 lbs. or less, and vehicles operated for 60 days or more per year on federal installations located in whole or in part in the covered counties.

Vehicles which are capable of being operated on both gasoline and any alternate fuel are covered by the inspection requirements, and must be tested on gasoline.

The following vehicles are exempt:

  • Vehicles that run exclusively on alternate fuel
  • New vehicles, until the test year 3 years following the model year of the vehicle.
  • Vehicles more than 25 years old
  • Vehicles owned or registered by persons age 65 or older

A vehicle that fails re-inspection despite appropriate repairs meeting or exceeding $787 will be granted a waiver. This amount increases each year by the Consumer Price Index.

OBD is utilized as part of the state emissions inspection process.

Visit Georgia’s Clean Air Force for more information on the state’s Enhanced Vehicle Emission Inspection and Maintenance Program.

Hawaii

No statewide emissions inspections required.

Idaho

Emissions inspections are determined by state and local ordinance. Required in Ada County and Canyon County.

OBD is utilized as part of the state emissions inspection process.

Visit here for more information on Idaho’s Vehicle Inspection Program.

Illinois

Dependent upon year of vehicle. Annual testing required for vehicle owners in Cook, Dupage, Lake, parts of Kane, Madison, St. Clair, Will, Kendall, Monroe, and McHenry Counties. OBD is utilized as part of the state emissions inspection process.

Visit the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency for more information on the state’s Vehicle Emissions Testing Program.

Indiana

Requirements vary from county to county. Visit Clean Air Car Check for more information.

Iowa

No statewide emissions inspections required.

Kansas

No statewide emissions inspections required.

Kentucky

Emissions inspections in certain cities and counties. OBD is utilized as part of the state emissions inspection process.

Louisiana

Required on an annual basis as part of safety inspection in non-attainment areas or areas required by the federal Clean Air Act only. Visit the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality for more information. OBD is utilized as part of the state emissions inspection process.

Mississippi

No statewide emissions inspection requirement.

Missouri

Emissions inspections, in addition to safety inspections, are required biennially in counties of St. Louis, St. Charles, Jefferson, Franklin, and the City of St. Louis. Visit Missouri’s Gateway Vehicle Inspection Program for more information.

Emissions inspections are not required for 1995 and older gasoline-powered vehicles and 1996 and older diesel-powered vehicles, new motor vehicles not previously titled and registered for the 4-year period following their model year of manufacture with fewer than 40,000 miles at the first required biennial safety inspection, new and unused vehicles with model years within 2 years of the calendar year that have odometer readings of less than 6,000 miles and motor vehicles driven fewer that 12,000 miles between biennial safety inspections.

Other exemptions include motorcycles and motor-tricycles, and vehicles powered by fuels other than gasoline, ethanol or diesel. Vehicles built in even numbered years are subject to emissions test in even numbered years: vehicles built in odd numbered years are subject to emissions test in odd numbered years.

OBD (on-board diagnostics) is utilized as part of the state emissions inspection process.

Maine

Vehicle emissions test is required for many original registrations, as well as for annual registration renewals in the Cumberland County. Visit the Maine State Police for more information.

Renewal notices are sent annually to vehicle owners, and indicate whether and by what date an emissions test must be completed.

OBD is utilized as part of the state emissions inspection process.

Maryland

Vehicles must have an exhaust emissions test and emissions equipment and misfueling inspection every 2 years. Visit the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration for more information.

Model year 1996 and newer passenger vehicles and light duty trucks, and model year 2008 and newer heavy duty vehicles up to 14,000 pounds are required to pass an On-Board Diagnostics test. An idle tailpipe test is required for model year 1977 – 1995 passenger vehicles and light duty trucks, and model year 1977 – 2007 heavy duty vehicles up to 14,000 pounds.

Motorcycles, Class E trucks with a Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) over 26,000 lbs., historic vehicles, and cars prior to model year 1977 are not required to have an emissions test.

Vehicles passing the emissions test shall be issued a certificate with the date of inspection, vehicle information, the pass/fail status of all tests, and the expiration date of the certificate.

Owners must carry the inspection certificate at all times in the vehicle.

Vehicles that fail the test may be granted a two-year waiver if the owner has incurred an expenditure of $450 towards emissions-related repairs to the vehicle by a certified technician within 120 days after the test and fails a retest.

A senior citizen, 70 years of age or older, and a disabled citizen with disabled registration plates, and whose vehicle is driven less than 5,000 miles per year, can request a waiver for the remainder of the 2-year test cycle.

OBD is utilized as part of the state emissions inspection process.

Massachusetts

Each year passenger cars, light trucks, and SUVs that are model year 1997 and newer are tested for both safety and emissions.

All passenger vehicles model year 1999 and newer must take annual emissions tests. Fee is $29 for either annual safety inspection or combined biennial safety/emissions inspection. Visit Massachusetts Vehicle Check for more information.

Vehicles failing the emissions test will have 60 days to get repairs and re-inspection. If vehicle still fails after repair, a waiver may be granted if emissions repair expenditures exceed: $840 for vehicles up to 5 model years old; $740 for vehicles 6 to 10 model years old; and $640 for vehicles over 10 model years old.

Visible smoke emitted from the exhaust pipe is considered a safety-related failure, applicable to all vehicles regardless of age.

OBD is utilized as part of the state emissions inspection process.

Michigan

No statewide emissions inspections required.

Minnesota

No statewide emissions inspection requirement.

Montana

No statewide emissions inspection requirement.

Nebraska

No statewide emissions inspections required.

Nevada

Only vehicles in urban and some suburban portions of Clark and Washoe counties are required to be tested. Visit the Nevada Emissions Control Program for more information.

Smog checks are required on all gasoline and diesel powered cars and trucks manufactured in 1968 of after.

New vehicles on their first or second registration are exempt.  Diesel vehicles with a manufacturers gross vehicle weight rating over 14,000 lbs., alternative fuel vehicles, new hybrid electric vehicles (for the first five model years) and vehicles registered as a classic or replica are exempt.

Tests are required annually with registration renewal.

If a vehicle fails a required emissions inspection, registration for the vehicle will be cancelled unless the owner has the vehicle repaired so that the vehicle is in compliance within 30 days of the failed test, or if the owner has applied for a waiver. A waiver may be issued to a vehicle owner in Washoe County if the owner has spent at least $200 on repairs, and a vehicle owner in Clark County may be issued a waiver if he spends $450 on repairs.

OBD is utilized as part of the state emissions inspection process.

New Hampshire

In addition to normal safety checks, 1996 and newer gasoline-powered and newer diesel-powered vehicles (8500 lbs. GVWR and less) must have a test of an on-board diagnostics system meeting the Federal EPA OBD II standards as part of the inspection process. This test checks whether or not the monitors are working properly and if they are detecting any problems. Visit the New Hampshire OBD and Safety Testing Program for more information.

New Jersey

Most motor vehicles registered in New Jersey are required to have emissions inspections. Visit the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission for more information.

Vehicles to have emissions inspections on a biennial basis include: 1) gasoline and bi-fueled vehicles plated as passenger, not-for-profit, governmental, commuter van, farmer or farm truck, 5 years and older, excluding buses; and 2) diesel-powered, passenger motor vehicles plated as passenger, not-for-profit, governmental, commuter van, farmer or farm truck model year 1997 and newer with a GVWR 8,500 lbs. or less, 5 years and older, excluding buses.

New cars and trucks, and used non-commercial vehicles, are inspected 5 years from the date of purchase and every 2 years after the initial inspection.

OBD is utilized as part of the state emissions inspection process.

An approval certificate will be issued once a vehicle successfully passes all required emissions tests.

New Mexico

May be required by a county or municipal ordinance only. At the present time, the City of Albuquerque and Bernalillo County are the only jurisdictions to require them.

New York

Required annually. Visit the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles for more information on the state emissions inspection program. OBD is utilized as part of the emissions inspection process.

North Carolina

Emissions inspection is required in 48 out of 100 counties on vehicles that are 1996 model year or newer and that are either older than the three most recent model years or with 70,000 miles or more on their odometers.

A list of those counties can be found on the Department of Air Quality website.

North Dakota

No statewide emissions inspections required.

Ohio

The Director of Environmental Protection implements and supervises a motor vehicle inspection and maintenance program in any county classified as moderate, serious, severe, or extreme nonattainment for carbon monoxide or ozone. Vehicles registered in Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, Medina, Portage, and Summit counties are required to have enhanced Acceleration Simulation Mode (ASM 25/25) emissions testing. Visit the Ohio Department of Environmental Protection for more information on the Ohio E-Check emissions inspection program.

Inspections are required to be done biannually. Upon passage of the inspection, the vehicle inspected shall be given an inspection certificate that is needed for registration.

Motorists may be granted a waiver or conditional pass if the vehicle achieves a 30% improvement from an initial failure and meets the minimum expenditures for repairs of $200. A repair cap waiver may be granted with emissions repairs totaling at least $300.

Vehicles over 25 years old and motorcycles are exempt from the emissions inspection.

OBD is utilized as part of the state emissions inspection process.

Oklahoma

Emissions inspections are not required.

Oregon

Vehicles from the 1975 model year and newer must be submitted for emissions inspection in the Portland Vehicle Inspection Area. In the Medford-Ashland Air Quality Maintenance Area, light duty vehicles that are up to 20 years old and heavy duty vehicles must be submitted for emissions inspection. Visit the Oregon Driver and Motor Vehicle Services Division for more information on the Department of Environmental Quality emissions testing program.

Motor vehicle pollution control systems in vehicles subject to emissions testing are required to be tested once during the period for which registration or renewal of registration for a motor vehicle is issued.

OBD is utilized as part of the state emissions inspection process.

Pennsylvania

The Department requires periodic emissions inspections for all motor vehicles except for the following:

  • A vehicle that was never permanently registered in any jurisdiction that has less than 5,000 miles on it for which an annual or temporary registration plate was originally issued within the past 12 months; this vehicle will be exempt from an emissions inspection for 1 year from the date of registration.
  • A vehicle never registered in any jurisdiction having less than 5,000 miles on it and having a registration plate transferred from another vehicle must pass an emissions inspection before the next registration but not within 9 months of the date of the purchase of the vehicle.

South Central: requires 1996 and newer models to have On-Board Diagnostic (OBD) and gas cap inspections. Northern Region: requires 1975 and newer models to have gas cap and visual inspections. Pittsburgh Region: requires 1996 and newer models to have OBD and gas cap, and requires 1975-1995 models to have gas cap, tailpipe, and visual inspections. Philadelphia Region: requires 1996 and newer models to have OBD and gas cap inspections; and requires 1975-1995 models to have gas cap, tailpipe, and visual inspections. 42 County Non-I/M Region: requires all cars to have a visual inspection as part of the periodic safety inspection.

Visit Drive Clean PA for more information on the state’s emissions inspection requirements.

OBD is utilized as part of the emissions inspection process.

Rhode Island

Emissions inspections are required for all vehicles except: (1) motor vehicles 25 years or older; (2) any class of vehicles that is exempted by regulation because the vehicle presents prohibitive inspection problems or is inappropriate for inspection; (3) vehicles operated exclusively by electric power; (4) new motor vehicles until 24 months after date of purchase or 24,000 miles; (5) motor vehicles in compliance with an enhanced motor vehicle inspection program operated by another jurisdiction; and (6) vehicles that are insured as classic vehicles, which may receive an alternate type of inspection.

Emissions inspections are required biennially.

Any vehicle that fails the inspection has 30 days to be re-inspected and comply with the requirements.

Vehicles required to be inspected include, but are not limited to, all 1975 and later model year light duty vehicles and light duty trucks up to and including 8,500 lbs. GVWR.

Visit the Rhode Island Emissions and Safety Testing website for more information.

OBD is utilized as part of the state emissions inspection process.

South Carolina

No statewide emissions inspections required.

South Dakota

No statewide emissions inspections required.

Tennessee

Residents of Davidson, Hamilton, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, and Wilson counties in Middle Tennessee and residents of Memphis in West Tennessee must have their vehicles pass an emissions inspection prior to registration renewal. All Shelby County residents who have an address inside the city limits of Memphis must also have their vehicles inspected prior to title and registration.

Vehicles over 25 years old and antique vehicles are exempt from inspection.

A new vehicle which has never before been titled is not required to undergo emissions testing before application for the new title. You need only present the Manufacturers’ Certificate of Origin (MCO) when you title and register the new vehicle at your county clerk’s office. Each year thereafter, however, the vehicle must undergo emissions testing before registration can be renewed.

Visit the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation for more information on the state emissions inspection requirement.

Texas

Designated vehicles registered in designated counties must pass an emissions inspection prior to registration. The emissions inspection is required annually, in conjunction with a safety inspection.

Designated counties include: Brazoria, Collin, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, El Paso, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Johnson, Kaufman, Parker, Rockwall, Tarrant, Travis, and Williamson.

Designated vehicles are vehicles capable of being powered by gasoline, from 2 through 24 years old, and registered in or required to be registered and primarily operated in a designated county.

A vehicle is eligible for a waiver if it failed both its initial emissions inspection and re-test, and the owner incurred emission-related repair expenses of at least $450.

Visit the Texas Department of Public Safety for more information on emissions inspections in the state.

OBD is utilized as part of the state emissions inspection process.

Utah

Most diesel- and gas-powered cars and trucks manufactured in 1968 or later must have an annual emissions test, which can be completed at most service stations. New vehicles, motorcycles, and vehicles with a model year of 1967 and older are exempt from this requirement.

Emission certificates are required in Davis, Salt Lake, Utah, and Weber counties and are valid for 60 days. This certificate must be submitted to the appropriate DMV office as a condition of registration.

The frequency of the emissions inspection shall be determined based on the age of the vehicle as determined by model year and shall be required to the extent allowed under the current federally approved state implementation plan. In accordance with the federal Clean Air Act, 42 U.S.C. Sec. 7401 et seq., the legislative body of a county shall only require the emissions inspection every 2 years for each vehicle that is less than 6 years old on January 1, 2003.

If an emissions inspection is only required every 2 years for a vehicle, the inspection shall be required for the vehicle in odd-numbered years for vehicles with odd-numbered model years or in even-numbered years for vehicles with even-numbered model years.

Visit the Utah Division of Motor Vehicles for more information.

OBD is utilized as part of the state emissions inspection process.

Vermont

Vermont adopted the California Low Emission Vehicle (LEV) Program, which requires dealerships to sell the cleanest cars available to Vermont residents.

On-board diagnostic systems (OBD) on 1996 and newer vehicles having a gross vehicle weight rating of 8,500 pounds or less are checked upon purchase or as part of Vermont’s annual vehicle inspection program. Visit the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles for more information on vehicle emission control requirements.

Virginia

Motor vehicles having a gross weight of 10,000 lbs. or less that are registered in the Northern Virginia region must have emissions inspections.

Inspections must be done on a biennial basis at official emissions inspection stations. This rule does not apply to motorcycles, “clean fuel” vehicles, hybrid cars, antique vehicles, or vehicles 4 years old or less.

A vehicle will qualify for a waiver if it has failed an initial inspection and subsequently fails a re-inspection if the owner provides written proof that at least $175 was spent on improvements to a pre-1980 model vehicle or $200 for 1980 and newer vehicles; and that any emissions control system which has been removed, damaged, or rendered inoperable has been replaced and restored to operating condition.

Visit the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles for more information.

OBD is utilized as part of the state emissions inspection process.

Washington

Vehicles 5 through 25 years old registered in parts of Clark, King, Pierce, Snohomish, and Spokane counties must pass an emission inspection test every 2 years. Vehicles with even-numbered model years must be inspected in even-numbered years, and vehicles with odd-numbered model years must be inspected in odd-numbered years.

A vehicle will be granted a certificate of acceptance if: (1) it failed its first inspection; (2) it failed a re-inspection; (3) it has been used for more than 50,000 miles; (4) all primary emission control components installed by the vehicle manufacturer, or its appropriate replacement are installed and operative; and (5) the owner has provided receipts for repairs performed by an authorized emission specialist between the first and last inspections. Repairs for a pre-1981 vehicle must be at least $100, and repairs for a 1981 or newer vehicle must total at least $150.

OBD is utilized as part of the state emissions inspection process.

Model cars 2009 and newer are exempt from emission testing. The emissions inspection program is scheduled to expire in 2019.

No person may operate a motor vehicle or permit someone to operate a motor vehicle that is in such unsafe condition as to endanger any person, or which does not contain the parts and equipment, in proper condition and adjustment, as required by law.

Visit the Washington State Vehicle Emission Inspection Program website for more information.

West Virginia

West Virginia has no statewide emissions inspection requirement.

Wisconsin

In Kenosha, Milwaukee, Ozaukee, Racine, Sheboygan, Washington, and Waukesha counties, all non-exempt vehicles subject to inspection must have the inspection completed at an inspection station not more than 90 days prior to renewal of annual registration. The emissions inspection is initially required during the 2nd year after the vehicle’s model year and every 2 years thereafter.

If a vehicle is more than 5 model years old at the time of an ownership change, the vehicle must be submitted for inspection within 45 days of an ownership change registration issuance, unless the vehicle passed inspection within 180 days prior to the ownership change registration.

OBD is utilized as part of the state emissions inspection process.

Visit the Wisconsin Department of Transportation for more information.

Wyoming

No statewide emissions inspection requirement.

Puerto Rico

Part of the periodic 6-month inspection is an evaluation and diagnosis of emissions control system.


Canada

Alberta

Alberta has no province-wide emissions inspection program.

British Columbia

Light-duty vehicles, 5,000 kg and under, licensed for use in and around the Lower Mainland and the Fraser Valley must be tested at an AirCare Inspection Centre. Vehicles that are 7 model years old and newer are exempt. Further information can be obtained at www.aircare.ca or (604) 930-5633.

The emissions program (AirCare) does not apply to vehicles licensed for use outside of the Lower Mainland (Vancouver).

Manitoba

No province-wide emissions inspection requirements.

New Brunswick

No province-wide emissions inspection requirements.

Newfoundland and Labrador

No province-wide emissions inspection requirements.

Northwest Territories

No territory-wide emissions inspection requirement.

Nova Scotia

No province-wide emissions inspection requirements.

Nunavut

No province-wide emissions inspection requirement.

Ontario

Owners of vehicles weighing 4,500 kg or less in the Drive Clean program area must pass an emissions test every 2 years prior to renewing the sticker on the license plate. This applies to vehicles that are 7 model years or older and from a model year 1988 or newer. Vehicles manufactured before 1988 do not require emissions tests.

Motorcycles and motor-assisted bicycles are excluded from the emissions inspection requirement.

Drive Clean applies to the Greater Toronto Area (City of Toronto and the Regions of Halton, Peel, Durham, and York), the City of Hamilton, and other urban centers and their commuting zones from Peterborough to Windsor. On July 1, 2002, the program expanded to include Ottawa, Kingston, Cornwall, and Chatham-Kent.

Passing an emissions test is required to transfer ownership.

MTO will notify car owners 60 days before license renewal date if their vehicle requires an emissions test under the Drive Clean Program.

A vehicle is not required to comply with emissions standards if after the test, the vehicle is taken to an Ontario Drive Clean repair facility and work has been performed to bring the vehicle more nearly in compliance with the maximum emissions standards. Throughout the Drive Clean Program area the maximum cost limit for repairs is C$450.

Prince Edward Island

No province-wide emissions inspection requirements.

Quebec

No province-wide emissions inspection requirements.

Saskatchewan

There is no province-wide emissions inspection requirement.

Yukon

No province-wide emissions inspection requirement.