Sunday, December 4, 2011


The final part of the whole procedure  is finally here. Writing and recording the inspection stickers takes about 2 minutes total. Take all the paperwork to the safety inspection booklet and begin writing all the customer info into the spaces. You will need to fill out the registrants name, city, county, VIN number, insurance company name, expiration date, vehicle year, make, type (sedan, coupe, convertible etc.), plate number, insurance account number, brake measurements, tire measurements, new sticker number, new sticker expiration date, and the inspection price. Once all of that is properly filled out and you have signed and dated the entry, you must now fill out the back of the safety sticker. The info that goes here is the VIN number again, current vehicle mileage, sticker expiration date, the current date, your repair facility number, and your signature. The back of the emission sticker just needs the VIN, current mileage, expiration date, current date, facility number, and your signature. Now flip both stickers over and place the gray expiration month sticker on the inspection sticker. This years inspection stickers have a 12/13 on the front for the years 2012 and 2013. If a sticker expired October of 2012, you would but a gray 10 sticker over the 13. So the sticker would read 12/10. If it expired October of 2013, you'd place the 10 sticker over the 12, reading 10/13. The gray sticker is always the month the sticker expires.

1 comment:

  1. This was super helpful. I just barely finished the inspection and I wasn't sure what to do after that. I'll take it in as soon as I can. Thanks for the help!

    Dean Reese |