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Chapter 52. Emissions Inspection and Maintenance Requirements for Motor Vehicles
. Applicability and general requirements
. I/M program administration office
. Motor vehicle maintenance requirements
. Certificate of inspection requirements
. Visual identification of certificate of inspection, waivers, and new and exempt vehicles
. Department-administered I/M program
. I/M program administered by an implementing agency
. Reporting requirements for an I/M program administered by an implementing agency
. Centralized inspection program
. Decentralized inspection program
. Emissions standards
. Alternative requirements, standards, and test procedures
. Emissions-related repair cost minimum
. Referee facility
. Kit cars and custom-manufactured vehicles
. Grey market vehicles
. Vehicle modifications
. Repair of nonconforming vehicles
. Minimum certification requirements
. Enforcement procedures for violations by motorists
. Enforcement procedures for violations by certified mechanics or stations
. Enforcement procedures for violations by certified equipment manufacturer
. Mechanic certification
. Certified mechanic examinations
. Training course certification
. I/M station certification
. Equipment certification
. Renewal of certification
. Duty to report change in status
. Monitoring of certified mechanics and stations
. Suspension or revocation of certification
. General operating requirements
. Display of certified station sign
. Display of certification
. Inspection charges
. Required tools and equipment
. Remote station operation
. Prescreening prohibited
. Preliminary inspection
. Test abort conditions
. Official I/M testing
. Parts on order
. Unavailable parts
. Recordkeeping requirements
Effective February 1, 1994, Register 129, the regulations in 18 AAC
were comprehensively reorganized and revised. They replace all previous regulations in this chapter, which were repealed simultaneously with the adoption of these regulations. The history line at the end of each section does not reflect the history of that provision before February 1, 1994, nor is the section numbering related to the numbering before that date. Previous provisions of and amendments to this chapter are on file in the Office of the Lieutenant Governor in Register 94, 5/19/85; Register 106, 6/2/88, and Register 125, 2/19/93.
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