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Old 04-17-2007, 06:20 PM
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Diesel Inspection?

Does anyone know whats the deal with the new jersey diesel inspection?
I heard that if you own a diesel under 17,999 gvwr but over 10,000 gvwr you dont have to go through inspection at all, including emissions? Is this true? What if its NOT a commercial truck? Lastly, I have mine registered at 10,000lbs is this eligible, or do I need to up it to 10,001? thanks in advance
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17,999 lbs gvw and under (safety inspection)dmv inspection.As of now no emission
test,but that will change in a year or so
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ask at the station or dmv. at 10,000, you do not have to go i don't think. i am registered for 10,999, and have never been to an inspection station, and the 3 times i was pulled into a roadside check, i was flagged on as soon as they heard the rattle.
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One company i work for they had to run there service trucks through insp,dmv. diesel.I think they had a gvw of 12000.Also for insurance reasons you have to have a valid insp sticker on windshild.
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not true. my diesel is 18 years old, and it has never had an inspection sticker in the window. there is a grey area in the inspection laws that state vehicles registered between 10,000 lbs and 18,000 lbs are self inspecting.
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TJC, is your truck commercial or regular registration? and if its between 10,000 and 18,000 am I ok since I am right at 10,000? thanks
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not true. my diesel is 18 years old, and it has never had an inspection sticker in the window. there is a grey area in the inspection laws that state vehicles registered between 10,000 lbs and 18,000 lbs are self inspecting.
All right ....you can ask 10 people this,and have 10 different answers.For me or anyone running a company having a inspection sticker on the window is priceless.no hassle from the law,insurance co (audit,workers comp, drivers ect)I run about 60,000 miles a year in nj some towns cops hassle you.state or township.

btw here is nj diesel inspection # 1- 609-530-4035.
let me know what they say
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dmv says 10,001 and over doesnt require inspection,

350steve, where did ya hear this?
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called them up at number listed above.thats what they told me.
all trucks need saftey insp.no smog test.
my truck is a drw gvw 13k lbs

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this is a scan of the motor vehicle form#RC-23, dated 02/2007.

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yes thats right commercial trucks.passanger trucks not registered commercial tags.you have to bring through dmv insp.
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ya know?? i just noticed the fact that in all three posts, i never said COMMERCIAL REGISTERED TRUCKS.

sorry. i forget to mention the little things as i get older.
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my 6.0 is insured commercial.registered with state none commercial,regular plates.so i can travel on roads that comm trucks can not,and weight.


Any one in NJ with a diesel early model than 04?????
that is not registered commercial.
did you go through insp???
my 6.0 is good untill 2010
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TJC, is your truck commercial or regular registration?
how about glasses OK next G T G will take up a fund
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how about glasses OK next G T G will take up a fund
sorry, i already wear them.

maybe a stronger set.
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