Even before they eliminated vehicle inspections, the majority of the "tests" were for safety reasons- functional horn, wipers, lights, tread-depth, etc. The emissions portion of the inspection was, at most, visually verifying the components were installed and maybe a litmus test at the tailpipe. Mostly just the visual inspection.
2012 Ford Fusion SE I4
2011 F150 XLT CC 4x4 w/3.5L V6
good thing about OK is that they use mostly sand in the winter for the roads...and even the salt they use is a lower grade than alot of northern states...im originally from Pennsylvania and the salt the use will rust a truck in no time.what im gettin at is that your ride wont get eatin by rust so much and when u go lookin ro buy one...even the older trucks arent that rusted.
Why is there never enough time to do it right the first time, but always enough time to do it again??
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