Colorado Bill to Limit Emissions Testing Dies in Committee

Legislation (S.B. 181) to extend the length of the motor vehicle emissions inspection cycle for 1982 and newer model years from every 2 years to every 4 years died as the legislature adjourned. Emissions inspections are required for vehicles being registered or titled for the first time in Colorado and biennially based on their model year (during registration renewals). The bill failed to pass out of the Senate Committee on Transportation.  

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