OR you can live in the parts of Colorado where they don't have emission
tests at all......only if you live in the "front range" do you have to have
them. We also don't have "additives" in our gas during the winter. But
ya gotta live in the "boonies" to get these bonuses....
At 07:33 PM 09/19/2001 -0700, you wrote:
>Sounds right to me, though I think that for the >25 years, unless you
>buy collector places, (and pay for the next 5 years) you have to be
>tested every year still.
>On Wed, 19 Sep 2001 17:04:11 -0600, Larry Hoy wrote:
> >David, it was good to see you again at the Conclave. Sorry we didn't spend
> >more time together. I'm glad you made the trip.
> >Colorado emissions are complicated and convoluted. The short version: cars
> >over 25 years old only need to pass when they change ownership. Same owner
> >... no emissions tests. Pre 1974 (?) cars only need to be "sniffed" no
> >visual inspection. Post 73 need to pass the sniff test and have all
> >equipment installed. Post 1982 have to go to the "big" emissions stations
> >and are run on a dynometer and inspected for all equipment, every two
> >years. All of this only applies to the "metropolitan" area, most outlying
> >areas have no testing requirements.
> >This may not be entirely accurate but if it is wrong maybe someone (Andrew,
> >James, Bill, Al?) will fill us in.
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