Where are nearby E Check locations? Ohio

You can find E-Check locations in seven Ohio counties: Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, Medina, Portage, and Summit. Be sure to check for hours of operation, and keep in mind that appointments aren't taken for emissions test locations.

In case you're new to the Buckeye state, E-Check is Ohio's answer to federal emissions controls. Only those residents living in areas where smog and pollution have the biggest impact need to have their vehicles tested. However, you don't have to do so if your car model is less than five years old. After that, your car usually needs to be checked every two years if you live in a test county - even if you own a hybrid or fuel-efficient vehicle.

If your car can't pass the E-Check test, you won't be able to renew its registration, or register it for the first time.

Cars made in even-numbered years get tested in even-numbered calendar years, and odd-numbered models get tested in odd-numbered years.

The examinations are now free, and you can have your vehicle tested up to one year before its registration renewal expiration date.

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