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Forney Tire & Service is a certified safety and emissions inspection station. Texas requires annual safety inspections for vehicles registered in all counties. An emissions inspection is required in 17 counties, including Kaufman County. You need to pass the required inspection(s) for your vehicle in order to complete registration.
We serve Forney, TX, Sunnyvale, TX, Terrell, TX, and surrounding areas.
For many motorists, a TX state inspection is a two-part process that consists of the Safety Inspection and On-Board Diagnostics (OBD) Emissions Inspection.
Safety Inspection: The Safety Inspection includes checking your horn, windshield wipers, mirror, steering, seat belts, brake system (parking brakes beginning with 1960 models), tires, wheel assembly, exhaust system (beginning with 1968 models), exhaust emission system, beam indicator (beginning with 1948 models), tail lamps, stop lamps, license plate lamp, rear red reflectors, turn signal lamps (beginning with 1960 models), head lamps, motor/serial or vehicle identification number (VIN), gas caps (on vehicles 2-24 model years old), window tint
Emissions Inspection: During the Emissions Inspection, special equipment is used to read your OBD. If you're within legal emission levels, then your vehicle passes the test.
Counties Requiring Safety & Emissions Inspections
If you don't pass the state inspection by your due date, you won't be able to complete registration. For this reason, it's recommended that you act in a timely manner when your renewal date draws near.
My Vehicle Passed Inspection: After your vehicle passes the TX state inspection, you'll be able to complete your registration. You'll receive one sticker after renewing your registration. This sticker shows that your vehicle has passed its inspection(s) and is registered. For more information, visit Two Steps One Sticker.
My Vehicle Failed Inspection: You'll need to have your vehicle repaired and reinspected before you can complete registration. In the event that your vehicle failed the re-inspection, you may be eligible for a waiver. See the Texas Department of Transportation for more information.
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