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Lou Fusz Chevrolet Missouri State Safety Inspection in St. Louis

Mon-Fri: 7AM-6PM
Sat: 7AM-5PM
Sun: Closed
Call us at: 636-875-5364

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According to the Missouri Department of Revenue, "Missouri law requires all motor vehicles to pass a vehicle safety inspection performed by an authorized Missouri inspection station." Lou Fusz Chevrolet Service Center is an authorized Missouri inspection station. When it is your time to get a Missouri State Safety Inspection, you will receive a renewal notice from the Department of Revenue notifying you if you need to get a Safety inspection completed at a Chevy repair center. There are a few exemptions to the Missouri State Safety Inspection laws. To find out if you meet any of those exemptions, feel free to contact Lou Fusz Chevrolet service department or check on the Missouri Department of Revenue website.

Lou Fusz Chevrolet Certified Service Center - Missouri State Safety Inspection

When you bring your Chevrolet in to Lou Fusz Chevrolet Certified Service Center, you can leave knowing that we thoroughly checked your vehicle to ensure it is compliant with the Missouri State Safety Inspection laws. Once we complete our inspection, we will issue you a Certificate of Inspection and Approval that you will need to present to the license office when you renew your registration or get your vehicle titled and registered. The Certificate of Inspection and Approval that you receive from our authorized Missouri State Safety inspectors is valid for 60 days and must be submitted with your title and license application or registration renewal, minus any exemptions.

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Why Do I Have to Get a Missouri State Safety Inspection?

A Missouri State Safety Inspection is required: for all motor vehicles, minus a few exceptions, to be able to title and license a vehicle, and to renew existing registration in the state of Missouri. Normally during a Missouri State Safety Inspection, you will also get emissions testing completed. Whether you have to get emissions testing completed; depends on the age of your vehicle. This requirement is listed on your registration renewal notice. We know that spending your time getting a Missouri State Safety Inspection can be aggravating, but why not take care of other things while your car is already in the shop. When you bring your Chevy in for the Missouri State Safety Inspection, you can conveniently get your conventional or full-synthetic oil change, multi-point inspection, and tire rotation in one stop.

What Does an Authorized Safety Inspection Location
Look for During a Missouri State Safety Inspection?

The main goal for the Missouri State Safety Inspection is to ensure that both you and the general public are safe when you are operating your vehicle on Missouri streets. Here is a general list of items that the Chevrolet repair technician will inspect during the Missouri State Safety Inspection at our Authorized Missouri State Inspection facility at Lou Fusz Chevrolet:

  • Interior
    • Steering Wheel
    • Seat Belts
    • Mirrors
    • Horn
    • Brake Pedal
    • Brake Warning Light
  • Exterior
    • All Exterior Lights
    • Reflectors
    • Gas Filler Cap
    • Proper Bumper Height
    • Brakes
    • Tires
  • Mechanical
    • Power Steering Unit
    • Upper Control Arms
    • Exhaust System
    • Brake Lines and Hoses
    • Fuel System
    • Struts

This is not a fully comprehensive list of the items examined by our authorized safety inspectors at Lou Fusz Chevrolet Service Center. We will make sure that your car is fully inspected and meets all the appropriate guidelines for the State of Missouri. If any repairs to your Chevy are needed, we will make the correct recommendation to you.

Frequently Asked Questions about Missouri State Safety Inspection

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If you have already registered your vehicle in the state of Missouri previously, you will get a notice in the mail from the Department of Revenue notifying you that you need to get a safety inspection completed. This notice should also notify you if you will need emissions testing. If you have purchased a used vehicle or have recently moved to Missouri and need to register your vehicle, you will most likely need a Missouri State Safety Inspection.
No. Although both are inspections of your vehicle they have very different purposes. The Safety Inspection is looking for things that could cause harm to you or others. The Multi-Point Inspection is a prevenative maintenance that can give you insight about the health of your car.
Having proper visibility no matter what the weather is essential. Not being able to see during rain or snow is a major safety concern for you and the general public.
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