In the State of Georgia, most passenger vehicles are required to perform and pass an emissions test on an annual basis.
Since 1996, Georgia’s Clean Air Force, the state’s Enhanced Vehicle Emission Test and Maintenance (I/M) Program, has kept mass amounts of pollutants out of our air. Nearly two million polluting vehicles have been identified and repaired due to emission tests. As part of Georgia's Clean Air Force program, the State of Georgia requires that certain vehicles must have an emissions test on an annual basis.
To determine whether your vehicle requires an emissions test, please see the guidelines below:
Your vehicle must be emission tested every year prior to its registration date (the vehicle owner’s birthday). We recommend having your vehicle’s emission test performed four to six weeks prior to the registration renewal date.
All 1996 and newer vehicles will receive the following three-part inspection:
All 1995 and older model year vehicles will receive the following three-part inspection:
If you have any questions concerning the Georgia emissions testing procedure, please contact any of our locations and we will be happy to help.
To visit the Georgia Clean Air Force Website, Click Here.
To download the Georgia Clean Air Force's 2018 Overview Manual for Motorists, Click Here.
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