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Yes, a gasoline-powered car or light-duty truck (up to 8,500 pounds GVWR) requires a passing emissions test every year.
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Send us your request for a renewal notice via email to Jose Batista (please provide us with your license plate number), or call us with your license plate number 770-288-8180.
Send us your request for the cost of your license plate via email to Jose Batista (please provide us with your license plate number), or call us with your license plate number 770-288-8180.
Under the "Look-up Information" header find the "Check Insurance Status" link and Key in your VIN number for insurance verification and follow prompts on Georgia Drives E-Services website.
No, the test is good for one renewal. If the emissions test was performed within the last 12 months a new test will not be required.
If the seller did not give you a copy of the passing emissions test, you can call our office with the VIN number and we will verify your emissions information. You can also check to see if you have a passing emissions at https://www.cleanairforce.com/motorists/vir-reprints/.
Please read through our information regarding newly purchased vehicles.
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No, your renewal is due by midnight of your birthday.
We recommend having your vehicle inspected four to six weeks prior to your registration renewal date to allow for any needed repairs. If it is your renewal date and your vehicle has failed the emissions test, a repair waiver may be issued if you meet all of the specified qualifications.
Visit the Clean Air Force website for information concerning repair waivers.
You may pay the ad valorem tax before your renewal date to avoid late penalties. If you are in your renewal period and your vehicle fails the emissions test you may receive a 30-day temporary tag providing all taxes are current and the vehicle has valid insurance coverage.
The law provides that the taxes due on the vehicle be paid on or before your birthday. There is a county ordinance that requires a current license plate to be displayed on a vehicle that is located on your property.
Cash, Check, Money order, or Credit/Debit card (if you are using a card of any type a 2.5% +.30 fee will be applied to the total amount of the transaction.)