A Inspection Blunder That NJ Has Made

New Jersey has made many errors in the past, and it looks like they are going to keep making them.  Why would anyone make our inspections include less than they do?  The inspections are meant to keep everyone safe.  By removing certain components of the NJ State Inspection system everyone on the road will now be subject to unsafe motor vehicles whether we want to, or not.

Read the PDF file that explains this by clicking –>DMVInspection.

I see no reason for making this big of a change.  If they are going to do this, then maybe the insurance companies should give a break to the people that have cars that are completely safe.  I know of a lot of people that are going to love this change.  This is because they are too cheap to fix their car correctly, or just refuse to fix it correctly.

What are your thoughts on this?

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2 Responses to A Inspection Blunder That NJ Has Made

  1. I am also in NJ and it doesnt make much sense to me. There are going to be a lot of unsafe cars on the road.

  2. NMV inspections should be evaluated carefully and put into proper perspective.