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In California, if your car can't pass a smog check, you have to get it repaired and then try again. If the problem still doesn't go away after two tries, you might be required to pay for an emissions test. You do not need to worry about this law; the DMV will contact you if your car needs repairs or an emissions test.
All vehicles that are model-year 1975 and older do not require a Smog Check.
What Counties in CA Don't Require Smog Check? The countries in CA which do not require smog check are El Dorado, Riverside, Placer, San Diego, San Bernardino, and Sonoma.
The Application for Temporary Smog Exemption for Vehicle Located Out of State (REG 5103) must be submitted by mail along with the vehicle registration renewal fee. Please mail items to DMV Vehicle Registration PO Box 942869 Sacramento, CA 94269-0001 or to your local DMV office.
Here's How to Pass the California Smog Check Check the \u201cCheck Engine\u201d light. ... Make sure the battery hasn't been recently disconnected. ... Get an oil change. ... Get a tune-up\u2014but not right before the test. ... Fill up the coolant and gas tanks. ... Drive fast two weeks before the test. ... Get a pre-inspection.
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Make an appointment at a Referee station and bring documentation of two failed smog tests and receipts for money spent on repairs at a licensed smog repair station as well as diagnostics. If you meet the qualifications, you will be granted a waiver that allows you to pass the test without the repairs.
If your vehicle is temporarily located out of state and the California Department of Motor Vehicles has required it undergo a smog check inspection for registration renewal, you may file a REG 5103 (Application for Temporary Smog Exemption for a Vehicle Located Out of State) in order to bypass or skip the smog check ...
Answer: Most vehicles manufactured for sale out of state have emission systems configurations different than California. However, any used vehicle which is either California emissions certified or 49-state only, can pass the California smog test and receive registration here.
California law exempts vehicles eight model years and newer from a biennial Smog Check. In lieu of a Smog Check, owners of these vehicles are required to pay an abatement fee as part of their registration fee to the Department of Motor Vehicles.
And where California leads, other states have followed. Thirteen states\u2014mostly in the Northeast and Northwest\u2014and the District of Columbia have adopted California's stricter emissions standards, many of which also participate in the zero-emission vehicle mandate.

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