Are you dealing with an expired New Jersey State Inspection sticker? Nancy explains how to deal with getting your vehicle inspected and the temporary changes during quarantine!
Is your state inspection expired on your vehicle? Is the number on the sticker in the corner of that windshield a three two or one with the year 2020 or older? Hi, I’m Nancy at Kneble’s Auto Service Center.
Now during this pandemic, as you’re probably aware of, most services are at a halt but not us. Now, these closures also include New Jersey state inspection centers. The governor has issued an order that extends the due date for getting your vehicle inspected to be till the end of July 2020. At present, the governor has ordered all motor vehicle centers to be closed until May 11th, 2020. So if your vehicle registration, the inspection sticker on your vehicle, or your driver’s license has expired or is coming due, be aware of that extension has been granted for two months from May, which gives you until July 31st, 2020 to comply.
You can also do most renewals and other transactions online at njmvc.gov. Now, for those of you who do not want to get caught in those long lines in the coming months to have your vehicle inspected, we here at Kneble’s Auto Service Center provide that service of the New Jersey state inspection. So schedule your appointment today.
Thank you for watching and check out a new video every Wednesday at 12:30. For your convenience, appointments can be made online through our website, in-person, or by phone at (609) 625-3286. Remember, be safe and we are continuing to offer free oil changes to healthcare workers and first responders until the end of May 2020. Thank you.