Missouri StateSafety Inspection
A Missouri State Safety Inspection is often a requirement by the state of Missouri any time you need to renew your plates or purchase a used car. During a Missouri State Safety Inspection, your vehicle will be thoroughly inspected to ensure that it meets the safety guidelines set by the state of Missouri. There are some exemptions to the Missouri State Safety Inspection. If you are unsure if you need a Missouri State Safety Inspection, reach out to your local Motor Vehicle office. Lou Fusz Toyota is an authorized Missouri Inspection Station. No matter the make or model of your vehicle, we can assist you in completing your Missouri State Safety Inspection and get back on the road.
When you bring your vehicle to Lou Fusz Toyota Service Center in St. Louis, our technicians will check your vehicle, from top to bottom, following the guidelines set by the state of Missouri. During a Missouri State Safety Inspection, the following components are inspected:oil change, tire rotation, and multi-point inspection.
A Missouri State Safety Inspection is a requirement set by the State of Missouri for all vehicles minus exemptions. If your vehicle is already registered, you will receive a renewal notice in the mail from the Department of Revenue. This renewal notice will notify you if a Missouri State Safety Inspection and Emissions test is required when re-registering your vehicle. If you have purchased a used vehicle and are unsure if you need a Missouri State Safety Inspection, we recommend checking the Department of Revenue Motor Vehicle page for insight on the inspection requirements. When you visit an authorized Missouri inspection station, we will perform your Missouri State Safety Inspection. If you pass the inspection, you will receive a Certificate of Inspection and Approval that you will bring with you to register or renew your plates. This certificate is only valid for 60 days if it is a renewal and 90 days if you purchased the vehicle from a Missouri dealer.
|We will notify you of what has to be repaired for you to pass inspection. Once you have made the repairs, we will re-inspect your vehicle.|
|Depending on the tread left on your tires, you may be required to purchase new tires to pass your safety inspection|
|Yes. The Missouri State Safety Inspection requires that all mirrors be operational and allow you full visibility.|