Is there a grace period to getting a Pennsylvania state inspection sticker after having a windshield replaced?
State/Country relating to Question: Pennsylvania
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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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Interesting I saw on the Penndot information website that there is a 5 day grace period.
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?
Hi and thanks for using Just AnswerThere 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 - Hope this helpshave a great dayplease remember to press ACCEPT
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