Texas State Safety & Emissions Inspection

Getting your vehicle's state inspection at Integrity Car Care is quick and convenient.

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Turn to the Pros for your state inspection

When you get a state inspection we evaluate all of your car’s safety systems including:

  • Brakes
  • Steering
  • Tires
  • Exhaust
  • Lights
  • Horn
  • Mirrors
  • Seat Belts
  • Windshield Wipers

Proof of insurance is required to complete a state inspection.

One-Year Safety $7.00 
Safety & Emissions $25.50
Trailer / Motorcycle $7.00
Commercial $40.00

Two steps. One sticker.

Your registration sticker serves as combined proof of registration and inspection and requires two steps to renew.

  1. Visit your Integrity Car Care within 90 days after your sticker expires to have your car inspected.
  2. After your vehicle passes inspection, renew your registration online, by mail or in person and your inspection status will be verified electronically. In order to remain in compliance with the Texas Department of Public Safety, your vehicle must pass inspection within 90 days after the current year’s expiration date.

When does your vehicle need to be inspected?

Texas requires a state inspection every year, with a five-day grace period after your car’s registration sticker expires. 

What happens if my car fails inspection?

If your vehicle needs to be fixed, an Integrity Car Care service adviser will walk you through any repairs needed for your vehicle to pass inspection. Should your vehicle not pass the first time, retesting is free within 15 days. 

Trailer Inspection Requirements

Certain trailers require a passing inspection prior to registration. If your trailer has a Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) that is more than 7,500 pounds, an inspection is required. This includes trailers, semitrailers, boat trailers, pole trailers, mobile homes, travel trailers. Note: Farm trailers displaying a farm license plate are not required to be inspected. If you are unsure about the GVW of your trailer, check your registration receipt for the weight. 

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