|ET Blast # 21937|
|From:||The Bureau of Automotive Repair|
|To:||Station Type:GPC,Smog Area:Basic|
|Subject:||#05003 - CAR DEALER BASIC INSPECTION FORM DISCONTINUED/TESTING ENHANCED VE|
July 6, 2005
#05003 - CAR DEALER BASIC INSPECTION FORM DISCONTINUED/TESTING ENHANCED VEHICLES
ATTENTION STATION OWNER:
Regulations allow Gold Shield stations located in the Basic and Change-of-Ownership areas of the state to test and certify vehicles previously registered in the Enhanced areas, using a Two Speed Idle test, as long as the inspection is being performed on vehicles owned by new or used car dealers. Testing and certification of Enhanced area vehicles for private parties is not allowed.
Until now, when conducting a test on an Enhanced area vehicle, you have been required to fill out a "New/Used Car Dealer Basic Inspection Form." BAR is discontinuing the use of this form.
As of July 1, 2005, use the following procedure:
* When a new or used car dealer brings a vehicle to you for inspection, run a test. No additional paperwork is required. Make sure your work order indicates the dealer's name.
* When a private party brings a vehicle to you for inspection, check the registration. If the registration lists an address in an Enhanced area of the state and you do not perform ASM tests, inform the customer that he/she must obtain an inspection at an Enhanced area station. Enhanced counties and zip codes are listed in the Smog Check Inspection Manual.
* If the customer resides in your area and has purchased the vehicle from an Enhanced area, advise him to go to DMV and begin the title transfer process. DMV will update the ET system in approximately 2-5 days. The VID will then allow the vehicle to be tested in the area the customer resides.
* If the customer has recently moved from an Enhanced area, advise him to submit a DMV Form 14 to DMV to change the registration address. DMV will update the ET system in approximately 2-5 days. The VID will then allow the vehicle to be tested in the area the customer resides.
* Do not call the BAR ET Help Desk to determine what area or county a vehicle is registered in. Follow the instructions above.
|Compose Dt:||7/6/2005 5:13:14 PM|
|Sent Dt:||7/6/2005 7:00:18 PM|
|Publish Dt:||7/11/2005 8:44:05 AM|
|This message is printed on 5/21/2013 4:59:12 AM|