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Texas State Inspection Information:

While we can’t provide a complete legal description of the state inspection process in a single web page, this page is designed to convey some basic information and answer the most common questions associated with State Inspections. If you don’t find the answer to your questions here, more detailed information is available from the Texas Department of Public Safety web site, or by calling Vehicle Inspection Servicesat 214-861-2400.

State Safety Inspection checklist:

Check for broken or burned out turn signals, brake lights, tail Lights, license plate light and reflectors Check for missing or broken gas cap & seal Check operation and condition of seat belts Check parking brake function (does it holds the car) Window Tint (1988 or newer only, check too dark/below AS1 line on front windshield) Rear view mirror Interior high beam indicator, high beam switch, turn signal indicators Check wiper blade condition and operation EGR, TAC, PCV components (present/working) Check operation and condition of power steering and power brakes Check EVAP cannister and air pump Check operation and condition of headlights Exhaust System (including manifold, check for leaks, proper hangers) Check catalytic converter function (1984 or newer) Check tires (rim condition, tire condition, minimum tire tread, all lug nuts, splits/cracks) You must present proof of insurance at the time of inspection during the driving portion of the State Inspection Test, the vehicle will be checked for steering slack or binding,horn operation,brake stopping distance and parking brake function.

Emissions Inspection checklist:

Vehicles must be 2 to 24 years old and be gasoline powered Vehicles built in 1995 or before must pass the ASM emissions test Vehicles built in 1996 or later must pass the OBDII emissions test *Insurance Limitations: Valid Limitations proof of insurance is required per state law. Inspection fee is payable on pass or fail per state law. Once an inspection has begun, it must be completed per state law. State inspection fee varies from $7 to $25.50 for automobiles. Motorycycles, diesels and heavy trucks.

Frequently Asked Questions

What happens if my vehicle fails the state inspection?

Whether your vehicle passes or fails the state inspection, state law requires that you pay the inspection fee. You will have 15 days from the date of the failure to get your car re-inspected at the same location for no charge. You will receive one free re-inspection only. If your vehicle passes, you will be given the sticker at no charge (be sure to save the rejection receipt you received when your vehicle failed). The vehicle will be completely re-inspected. If the vehicle fails a second time, you will have to pay the state fee the next time you try to get it inspected.

Can I make an appointment for a state inspection?

No. We are not allowed to take appointments for state inspections. State Inspections are performed on a first come, first served basis. During certain periods of the month, there may be a lengthy wait for state inspections. Generally, try to avoid the first and last 6 days of the month. Make sure you have a current insurance card to save time. We cannot call your insurance agent or receive faxes of your insurance card.

You must present proof of insurance at the time of inspection during the driving portion of the State Inspection Test, the vehicle will be checked for steering slack or binding ,horn operation , brake stopping distance and parking brake function.

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Engine Replacement

About 85% of vehicles on the road have either a check engine light on or some other safety issue such as a broken license-plate light, loose gas cap, a worn spark plug, poor emissions, low transmission fluid or cracked hoses and belts, according to the Car Care Council, a nonprofit consumer education organization.

Transmission Service

Transmission fluid acts as a lubricant for all the moving parts in your transmission. Automatic transmission fluid also acts as a coolant and helps transmit power from the engine to the transmission.

AIR Conditioning & HEATING

The radiator. Refrigerant runs through the condenser and air flows across its cooling fins, removing heat from the circulating refrigerant. If the fins become damaged or plugged up with debris, air flow is restricted, and that means heat isn’t removed properly. Restriction can also cause the vehicle to overheat. Check the fins periodically to make sure they are clean and in good condition.


You must present proof of insurance at the time of inspection during the driving portion of the State Inspection Test, the vehicle will be checked for steering slack or binding ,horn operation , brake stopping distance and parking brake function.


The braking system is easily one of the most important system in your car. Brakes are such a basic function that it’s easy to take them for granted until it’s too late. When you step on the brake, your car transmits the force from your foot to its brakes through a fluid, commanding a stopping force ten times as powerful as the force that puts the car in motion. On most cars, the front brakes are of the disc type, and the rear brakes are of the “drum” type, which use two semi-circular shoes to press outward against the inner surfaces of a steel drum. Older cars often had drum brakes on all four wheels, but many newer cars now have 4-wheel disc brakes.


Don’t forget the maintenance! It’s the little things that count, and checking a few of these little things off your list will put you ahead of the game, and ease the pain in your wallet. Most maintenance checks only take a minute, and most maintenance tasks can be tackled in an afternoon. Don’t maintain your car and you’ll pay the price down the road.

Oil Change

We offer Conventional, Semi-Synthetic, Full synthetic oils with most common weights from different oil brands such as Pennzoil, Mobile1 and others. Our technicians will always provide you with the information………