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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 9. Environment
Title 9. Environment
Agency 5. State Air Pollution Control Board
11/29/2020

Chapter 91. Regulations for the Control of Motor Vehicle Emissions in the Northern Virginia AreaRead Chapter

Section 10
General
Section 20
Terms defined
Section 160
Exhaust emission standards for two-speed idle testing in enhanced emissions inspection programs
Section 170
Exhaust emission standards for ASM testing in enhanced emissions inspection programs
Section 180
On-road high emitter emissions standards for on-road testing through remote sensing
Section 185
Clean screen vehicle emissions standards for on-road testing
Section 190
Emissions control systems standards
Section 200
[Repealed]
Section 210
Visible emissions standards
Section 220
General provisions
Section 230
Applications
Section 240
Standards and conditions for permits
Section 250
Action on permit application
Section 260
Emissions inspection station permits, categories
Section 270
Permit renewals
Section 280
Permit revocation, surrender of materials
Section 290
Emissions inspection station operations
Section 300
Emissions inspection station records
Section 310
Sign and permit posting
Section 320
Equipment and facility requirements
Section 330
Analyzer system operation
Section 340
Motor vehicle inspection report; certificate of emissions inspection
Section 350
Data media
Section 360
Inspector identification number and access code usage
Section 370
Fleet emissions inspection stations; mobile fleet emissions inspection stations
  • Part V. Emissions Inspector Testing and LicensingRead all
  • Section 380
    Emissions inspector licenses and renewals
    Section 390
    Qualification requirements for emissions inspector licenses
    Section 400
    Conduct of emissions inspectors
Section 500
Applicability and authority
Section 510
Certification qualifications
Section 520
Expiration, reinstatement, renewal, and requalification
Section 530
Emissions repair facility operations
Section 540
Sign and certificate posting
Section 550
Applicability and authority
Section 560
Certification qualifications for emissions repair technicians
Section 570
Expiration, reinstatement, renewal and requalification
Section 580
Certified emissions repair technician responsibilities
Section 590
Enforcement of regulations, permits, licenses, certifications and orders
Section 600
General enforcement process
Section 610
Consent orders and penalties for violations
Section 620
Major violations
Section 630
Minor violations
Section 640
Applicability
Section 650
Design goals
Section 660
Warranty; service contract (effective during periods without a designated program coordinator)
Section 665
Warranty; service contract with program coordinator
Section 670
Inspection station owner requirements (effective during periods without a designated program coordinator)
Section 675
Inspection station owner requirements (effective during periods with a designated program coordinator)
Section 680
Certification of analyzer systems
Section 690
Span gases; gases for calibration purposes
Section 700
Calibration of exhaust gas analyzers
Section 710
Upgrade of analyzer system
Section 790
ASM start-up standards
Section 800
ASM final standards
Section 810
ASM 2525 and 5015 Concentration Tables
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