How do I get a VEIP waiver in Maryland?
Request a waiver using the EP-001 A and return to MDOT MVA by mail or scan and email to [email protected]
Are VEIP stations open?
FIND a VEIP station – VEIP stations are open Monday, Thursday and Friday from 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday, 7 a.m. – 7 p.m., and Saturdays 7 a.m. – 1 p.m.
How do I check my emissions status in Maryland?
- via email at [email protected]
- or by calling (800) 950-1682 (toll free in Maryland) or (410) 768-7000.
How long is a Maryland VEIP extension?
Each year, about 1.6 million vehicles come through Maryland’s VEIP program. Eliminating the VEIP test altogether for older light-duty vehicles and extending the initial VEIP test to three years.
How many VEIP extensions can I get?
You can request a first, second, third or fourth extension online. There is no charge for a VEIP extension. Upon approval, a new VEIP inspection notification with the newly assigned expiration date will be sent to your current MVA address of record approximately eight weeks prior to your inspection date.
How do VEIP self service kiosks work?
To use them, drivers pull up to the kiosk, scan a barcode on the notice sent in the mail and follow the prompts and directions on the screen to go through the inspection. The driver pays by credit card. The driver pays by credit card.
What do I need to bring to VEIP?
What should I bring for the test? You should bring your vehicle, the test notice, and/or your registration card, along with the test fee. You can pay your test fee by cash, MasterCard, VISA, American Express, check (made payable to VEIP), money order or traveler’s check.
Is my VEIP due?
The Vehicle Emissions Inspection Program (VEIP) will notify you by e-mail 11 weeks prior to your vehicles due date, providing we have your e-mail address on file. Otherwise, you will be notified via U.S. mail approximately 6-8 weeks prior to your due date. Vehicles are required to be inspected every two (2) years.
How long is a VEIP extension?
Does a 20 year old car need emissions in MD?
In Maryland, registered historic vehicles less than 40 years old are presently exempt from periodic emissions inspections. Currently, Maryland allows eligible vehicles that are 20 years old or older to be registered as a “historic motor vehicle” and gain an exemption from periodic vehicle inspections.