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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 19. Public Safety
Agency 30. Department of State Police
3/28/2017

Chapter 70. Motor Vehicle Safety Inspection RegulationsRead Chapter

Section 1
Purpose and authority
Section 2
Corrective action procedures
Section 3
Class I offenses
Section 4
Class II offenses
Section 5
Class III offenses
Section 6
Class IV offenses
Section 7
General information
Section 8
Definitions
Section 9
Examinations for inspector's license
Section 9.1
Official inspection station appointment
Section 10
Official inspection station requirements
Section 11
Automated Motor Vehicle Inspection Program (MVIP)
Section 20
General inspection requirements
Section 25
Exceptions to motor vehicle inspection requirements
Section 30
Inspector requirements
Section 31
Inspector certification
Section 32
Reinstatement of safety inspector license following suspension or revocation
Section 40
Fees
Section 50
Approval stickers and decals
Section 60
Rejection stickers
Section 70
[Repealed]
Section 80
Service brakes
Section 90
Brakes: emergency, parking, or holding; batteries
Section 100
Brakes: trailer (GVWR less than 10,000 pounds)
Section 110
Steering and suspension
Section 120
Frame, engine mounts, coupling devices and emergency chains
Section 130
Tires; wheels; rims
Section 140
Headlamps; except motorcycles
Section 150
Rear lamps: tail lamp; license plate lamps; and rear lamp combinations
Section 160
Auxiliary lamps: backup; cornering; driving; fog; spot and warning
Section 170
Parking lamps
Section 180
Clearance lamps, side marker lamps, and reflectors
Section 190
Signal device (intention to stop or turn), hazard lights, stop lamp
Section 200
Permissible lighting equipment
Section 210
Glass and glazing
Section 220
Mirrors
Section 230
Windshield wiper; defroster
Section 240
Horns and other warning devices
Section 250
Doors
Section 260
Hood latch system
Section 270
Floor pan
Section 280
Seat
Section 290
Seat belts; definitions
Section 300
Muffler, exhaust system and trailer venting
Section 310
Air pollution control system or device
Section 320
Fuel system
Section 330
Motorcycle inspection
Section 340
Motorcycle brakes
Section 350
Motorcycle airbag, seat, steering, and suspension
Section 360
Motorcycle lights: headlamp, rear, signal, warning
Section 370
Motorcycle mirror
Section 380
Motorcycle horn
Section 390
Motorcycle muffler and exhaust system
Section 400
Motorcycle tires, wheels, rims
Section 410
Motorcycle windscreen and glazing
Section 420
Motorcycle fuel system
Section 430
Inspection -- heavy vehicles
Section 440
Service brakes
Section 450
Brakes: emergency parking or holding; batteries
Section 460
Brakes: trailer (GVWR 10,000 pounds or more)
Section 470
Steering
Section 480
Suspension
Section 490
Frame, engine mounts, coupling devices and emergency chains
Section 500
Tires, wheels, rims
Section 510
Headlamps
Section 520
Rear lamps: tail lamp; license plate lamps; and rear lamp combinations
Section 530
Auxiliary lamps: backup; cornering; driving; fog; spot and warning
Section 540
Parking lamps
Section 550
Clearance lamps, side marker lamps, and reflectors (under 26,000 pounds GVWR)
Section 560
Signal device (intention to stop or turn), hazard lights, stop lamps
Section 570
Permissible lighting equipment
Section 580
Glass and glazing
Section 590
Mirrors
Section 600
Windshield wiper/defroster
Section 610
Horns and other warning devices
Section 620
Doors
Section 630
Hood latch system
Section 640
Floor pan
Section 650
Seat
Section 660
Seat belts
Section 670
Muffler, exhaust system, and trailer venting
Section 680
Fuel system
Section 680:1
[Repealed]
Section 690
Inspection requirements for speciality vehicles
FORMS
FORMS (19VAC30-70)

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