Renewing your low-emission vehicle registration is a great way to help the environment and protect yourself. Renewing it before its expiration date helps you save money and prevents fines and other penalties. 

In order to maintain the air quality in our communities, it is important to renew your low-emission vehicle registration every four years. 

When you register your low-emission vehicle with the state, you are committing to following the guidelines set forth by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 

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Low-emission vehicles are vehicles that produce no more than 95 g/km of CO2 emissions when tested on a motorcycle or equivalent vehicle. 

If your vehicle falls outside of this range, you will need to purchase an emissions reduction plan in order to maintain registration. 

The benefits of registering your low-emission vehicle include: 

You are taking an important step toward reducing pollution in your community. 

You are making sure that the vehicle you drive meets the latest environmental standards. 

You will receive updates about new emission regulations and how to comply with them.

How to Renew Your Low Emission Vehicle Registration

It is important to renew your low-emission vehicle registration because if the registration is not updated, the state might suspend your right to operate a low-emission vehicle. Suspension of the license could mean you will have to take a test or go through an educational program in order to get your license back. The state may also charge you a fee for suspension.  

If you do not renew your registration, your vehicle may not be eligible for discounts or rebates at participating dealerships. You may also be subject to fines.