Vehicle Inspection Waiver Passes in Pennsylvania

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A bill that would allow some vehicles to forgo motor-vehicle inspections has passed the state House and Senate, according to Center Daily.

New vehicles will not have to receive a safety inspection during the first two years and will not need an emissions inspection for the first 10 years.

The bill still must gain approval from the Environmental Protection Agency. The rule changes are expected to save the state and motorists money.

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