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Monday, 22 July 2019 19:54

Police Find Frequent Violations at Local Inspection Stations

Written by Rick Green, The Laconia Daily Sun
A sign outside a Lakes Region garage advertises the price for a state motor vehicle inspection, which motorists are required to get once a year. A state audit of 55 inspections stations in the Lakes Region found dozens of rules violations. A sign outside a Lakes Region garage advertises the price for a state motor vehicle inspection, which motorists are required to get once a year. A state audit of 55 inspections stations in the Lakes Region found dozens of rules violations. Thomas P. Caldwell / The Laconia Daily Sun

All New Hampshire motorists have to go through it once a year.

 

You drive your vehicle to a dealer or a service station for an inspection and get a sticker allowing you to legally drive it for another year.

 

The cost is usually under $50, unless work is required such as clearing a check engine light, replacing tires with low tread or repairing the brakes.

 

A week ago, state police audited 55 inspection stations in Laconia, Meredith and Tilton and found that, in some cases, inspection rules were not followed.

 

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