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Old 12-31-2010, 10:20 AM
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Anyone in NJ please read....

I recently went to inspection station (mays landing) and was told my vehicle (2000 ford f350 diesel with a 9,900 gvw) was no longer eligible for inspection. Now I will no longer have a sticker, or if I keep the current one on it will be expired. I know not every police officer in the state is up to date on this and at some point I will be asked or ticketed for it...especially because the same exact looking truck with a gas motor still requires a sticker and it will be up to the officer to decided weather to ticket me or not. Whats everyone doing to avoid any future complications ??
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Old 12-31-2010, 10:47 AM
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the Winslow inspection station told me the same thing in august. I tried to get them to give me something in writing, so i could give it to the cop when i get pulled over for no inspection sticker but they wouldn't . I haven't had a sticker since august and so far no problems yet, but who knows with this state
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Old 12-31-2010, 10:56 AM
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the Winslow inspection station told me the same thing in august. I tried to get them to give me something in writing, so i could give it to the cop when i get pulled over for no inspection sticker but they wouldn't . I haven't had a sticker since august and so far no problems yet, but who knows with this state
I'm not sure what the new range is, but it used to be over 10,000 lbs and under 18,000 lbs, you didn't need a sticker. I've had my truck almost 3 yrs. w/o a sticker and have never been pulled over. If a cop that doesn't know the regs. pulls you over, i would think that you should be able to fill them in and be fine. If they still give you a ticket, when you went to court it would get thrown out.
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Old 12-31-2010, 10:58 AM
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Most guys on her w/ 250's usually try to get their registration changed to read over 10,00 lbs. so they skip inspection. You are supposed to keep a log in the truck w/ you that records all maintenance and your self inspections.
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Old 12-31-2010, 11:13 AM
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Mine is changed to 10k no sticker here
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its now anything that is over 8501 lbs gvw is exempt from state inspections. you can carry this sheet with you like i do to show the cops if they do pull you over:

State of New Jersey - Motor Vehicle Commission

we would fall under bullets 9,13,14
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Got harassed by the man the other day and while he didn't question the lack of my sticker he did inform me that "next year you diesel guys will be required to have an inspection sticker again" ...
Any known truth on this ....?
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Old 01-26-2012, 06:46 PM
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My 96 F-250 is registered for 10,001 lbs which is exempt from inspection. I don't drive it everyday so, I don't get that much exposure. I haven't heard of any changes.
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all the info you need is on the njmvc.gov web site if we need a sticker next year then so be it but for now we dont the problem is that we need to keep up on this because there not going to tell us njmvc but the police will be happy to explain it with a ticket
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Yeah this was a concern of mine too, picked up my truck 3 weeks ago and went to inspection and no sticker. Was also thinking it was a target for police to stop as well.
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