Update: W.V. Vehicle Inspection Bill Killed

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Feb. 27, 2020—An update in regards to the West Virginia vehicle inspection bill: the votes are in! The West Virginia House Delegates have killed the bill, HB 4639, regarding vehicle inspection requirements on a 48-51 vote, reports MetroNews.

If passed, the bill would have changed required vehicle inspections from the current one year to two years. According to the report, Delegate Doug Skaff, D-Kanawha, said those who work in the area of vehicle safety didn’t want the bill.

Check out these past Ratchet+Wrench news articles about other recent laws involving vehicle inspections:

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