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    Nevada to adopt Cali's Emissions standards

    I don't know what Nevada has now, but seems like its going to get worse.

    https://thehill.com/policy/energy-en...s-pushing-back
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        Nevada previously only had 2 (?) counties that followed the CARB bullshit, sounds like they are trying to roll it out statewide.

        really had hope the 'rona would wipe out vegas pretty sad how quickly that place has fallen from a lawless cesspool in the desert to basically san fran off the ocean


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          Steve Sisolak is a fucking sack of shit. He raised millions of dollars for the mass shooting victims here and the money magically disappeared. I hope he burns in hell. I’ll be the first person to shit on his grave.

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            Sorry guys. That sucks for you all out there.

            Just for quick reference for anyone looking. California requires emission testing on diesel trucks newer than 1997. And gas vehicles 76 and newer.

            testing every other year. New vehicles are exempt. I believe first five years no testing. I think If the vehicle is 2000 and newer they just plug into obd2 port and do a visual. (I’ve never smogged anything newer than 1997 so I can not confirm.

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              Originally posted by Toreadorranger View Post
              I don't know what Nevada has now, but seems like its going to get worse.

              https://thehill.com/policy/energy-en...s-pushing-back
              Washoe and Clark counties have stricter emissions standards than CA Enhanced smog check areas already. Any dumb idea CA has, Sisolak follows.
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                Originally posted by 904_runner View Post
                Sorry guys. That sucks for you all out there.

                Just for quick reference for anyone looking. California requires emission testing on diesel trucks newer than 1997. And gas vehicles 76 and newer.

                testing every other year. New vehicles are exempt. I believe first five years no testing. I think If the vehicle is 2000 and newer they just plug into obd2 port and do a visual. (I’ve never smogged anything newer than 1997 so I can not confirm.
                Only in certain counties, rural areas only smog with change of ownership.

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                  Originally posted by 904_runner View Post
                  Sorry guys. That sucks for you all out there.

                  Just for quick reference for anyone looking. California requires emission testing on diesel trucks newer than 1997. And gas vehicles 76 and newer.

                  testing every other year. New vehicles are exempt. I believe first five years no testing. I think If the vehicle is 2000 and newer they just plug into obd2 port and do a visual. (I’ve never smogged anything newer than 1997 so I can not confirm.
                  Anything 1968 and newer requires an annual smog test in urban Clark and Washoe counties. That includes light duty diesels. That test is required every damn year too. Brand new vehicles don’t need to be tested until the third renewal.

                  This new requirement will most likely screw the rest of the state that does not have smog testing requirements if it goes statewide. Modifications to newer vehicles may become more of a challenge too.

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                    Originally posted by Mvanhelden View Post

                    Only in certain counties, rural areas only smog with change of ownership.
                    Correct.

                    I was just posting the general bullshit that would be adopted in Nevada “if they follow California emission testing”. There are a handful of counties that only smog on transfer of ownership, some counties make you put your vehicle on a dyno for testing. Not sure how things like that would transfer over to Nevada. The general thing with California is diesels newer than 97’ and gassers newer than 76’ will be smogged.

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                      So the two counties that already have emissions are more strict than California with the years required to go through emission testing and the frequency of tests.

                      No more modifying your shit out there unless you “know a guy” who will pass your vehicle or you feel like changing it back before testing every time. I wonder how long before manufactures say “not for sale in California or Nevada”.

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                        I wonder if SUMMIT will move?



                        As for 904 you only know about as much as you read.



                        You actually sound like somebody that is looking for details.





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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Mvanhelden View Post

                          Only in certain counties, rural areas only smog with change of ownership.
                          And some counties, like San Diego county have different rules in different parts of the county. In the urban areas you'll need an "enhanced test", in the less urban areas, where I live in Ramona, it's a simpler test (no chassis dyno), and in the far eastern areas no smog test until change of ownership.
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                            Why ? Greed related most likely.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by PAE View Post
                              Why ? Greed related most likely.
                              why else? the people in charge want to seem progressive and caring for the environment, so they pander the largest population bases. reno and vegas.

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