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Is there a grace period to getting a Pennsylvania state inspection

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Is there a grace period to getting a Pennsylvania state inspection sticker after having a windshield replaced?
Submitted: 6 years ago.
Category: Legal
Expert:  xavierjd replied 6 years ago.

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Unfortunately, there is no grace period in Pennsylvania for getting a state inspection sticker after having a windshield replaced. You must have your vehicle re-inspected immediately after having the repair done. Some private inspection stations are even available on Saturdays, but you should call ahead.

 

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Customer: replied 6 years ago.
Interesting I saw on the Penndot information website that there is a 5 day grace period.
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
Interesting I saw on the Penndot information website that there is a 5 day grace period. Why would you have to have an "already inspected" car reinspected? Did you even look this up?
Expert:  NewYorkLaw101 replied 6 years ago.
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There is no need to have your vehicle reinspected, instead return to the place who inspected the vehicle and they should be able to give you a replacement sticker - According to the PA Safety Inspections, a n inspection station may charge for this service. Inspection stations that opt to charge for sticker replacements may charge no more than $4 to replace a safety inspection sticker and no more than $4.40 to replace an emissions inspection sticker.
Now the normal grace period on expired inspection tickets is 10 days - I am unable to find any information as to the 5 day grace period -
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