Does vehicle registration in Florida require any kind of inspection? Florida

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Yes, in some cases. Please see below for details.

Vehicle Identification Number Inspection

All used motor vehicles without a current Florida title must pass a vehicle identification number (VIN) inspection in order to complete the vehicle registration process.

You will need to obtain the VIN inspection form from the FL DHSMV, but the inspection may be completed by a variety of officials, including a police officer from any state, any licensed motor vehicle dealer, a Florida tax collector employee, or a Florida notary public. Bring the completed register car VIN inspection form to the tax collector's office.

Smog Check/Emissions Testing

Smog and high car emissions levels can still be a problem in parts of the Sunshine State, but the state ended its emissions testing program in 2000. So, you don't have to contend with a smog check during the car registration or the registration renewal process.

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