If you live in a state that requires smog checks you’ll need to get your car inspected before you can register it. The process and requirements vary by state but in most cases you’ll need to take your car to a certified smog check station and have it tested for emissions. If it passes you’ll be issued a certificate that you can take to the DMV to register your car.
A few states have implemented programs that allow you to bypass the smog check if your car is new enough or has certain emissions-related repairs. For example California’s Change of Ownership Smog Certification Program allows certain vehicles to be exempt from smog tests if they’re being sold by a dealer or transfer agent have been previously registered in the state and meet other requirements.
If you’re not sure whether your state requires smog checks you can check with your local DMV or visit their website.
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