Rose Hill Exxon & Auto Repair is your trusted choice in Maryland State Inspections in Frederick, MD
Most used vehicles are required by Maryland Law to undergo a safety inspection prior to its sale or transfer. Generally, the seller or transferor of the vehicle is required to obtain the inspection certificate. To obtain an inspection certificate, you must have your vehicle inspected at an authorized safety inspection station in Maryland. Rose Hill Exxon & Auto Repair in Frederick, MD is fully authorized and, with its convenient location and reliable technicians, helps make this process easy.
If the vehicle meets all safety standards, Rose Hill Exxon & Auto Repair in Frederick will prepare and give you two copies of the Maryland State Inspection Certificate.
What happens if my vehicle fails the safety inspection?
If your vehicle fails to meet even one safety standard, the Maryland Inspection Certificate cannot be issued. You must have the problem(s) identified on the station’s inspection report fixed and then have the vehicle re-inspected by the same registered inspection mechanic at the same station. You have the option of fixing the problem yourself, having the inspection station fix the problem, or taking the vehicle to another facility for repairs. If the vehicle is re-inspected within 30 days after the original inspection date and you have driven it less than 1,000 miles, the inspection station will only need to inspect the defective equipment identified during the initial inspection. However, if a new defect is visually observed during the re-inspection, the newly discovered defect must also be repaired and re-inspected.
Give Rose Hill Exxon & Auto Repair a call to schedule your next Maryland State Inspection.