In addition to being part of the structural integrity of your car, a damaged windshield is unlikely to pass a state inspection.
Can you pass emissions with a cracked windshield in AZ?
Arizona does not have any regulations covering cracks or chips in the windshield.
What do I need for AZ emissions test?
If your vehicle is being registered in Arizona for the first time, in addition to the above, you will need: The previous year vehicle registration, title or bill of sale.
What do I bring to the test?
- The appropriate test fee | View testing Fees >
- Key for locking gas tank, if applicable.
Can you pass emissions with check engine light on in Arizona?
Will my car pass the emission test in Arizona if the check engine light is on? In Arizona, it will not. This is due to the fact that checking the OBD Check Engine Light is something they don’t do at the emissions testing facility.
Can you drive with a large crack in your windshield?
Long and/or spread out cracks are unsafe and potentially illegal. State laws make it illegal to drive with an elongated or spread out windshield crack. If the crack is especially large or long, the windshield will have to be fully replaced.
What do I bring to an emissions test?
What do I need to bring with me when I have my car inspected? You will need to bring $9.00 for the test fee. Although not required, we recommend that you bring your vehicle’s registration and/or renewal notice.
How old does a car have to be to not need emissions in AZ?
A: All residents of the greater Phoenix and Tucson areas and those who regularly commute into the areas for work or school are required to have their 1967 or newer vehicles pass an emissions test. Most vehicles newer than 6 years old are exempt from testing, and certain other vehicle exemptions apply (see Exemptions).
How much is Arizona emissions test?
The cost for most vehicles is $17 and is paid to the testing facility. If you have a “Check Engine” light on, you will fail the test.