WASHINGTON (March 18, 2015) — The Automotive Service Association (ASA) is asking its North Carolina members to contact their state legislators in opposition to two bills in the state legislature that would weaken or terminate vehicle safety and emissions inspections.
Both bills were introduced early in March, the ASA said in a press release.
North Carolina Senate Bill 200 would repeal the state's annual auto safety inspection requirement and make changes to emissions inspections, the ASA said. House Bill 169 would exempt five North Carolina counties — Burke, Haywood, Rutherford, Surry and Wilkes — from the state's motor vehicle emissions inspection requirements.
More information can be found on the ACA's legislative website.