We do not schedule appointments for Inspection Sticker Only Visits.
Inspection Stickers are performed on a first come first serve basis.
Follow these 5 Steps to get your Mass "Stickah Quickah"
1. Park in a designated #'d parking spot. (Do not pull up to the bay, do not drive into the bay, do not block any service bay entrances)
2. Set your Parking Brake.
3. Record your EXACT current mileage.
4. Bring Valid Registration to the front desk.
5. $35.00 Cash or Credit Card.
There are NO refunds once the vehicle is presented for inspection.
Massachusetts State Inspection Stickers in Auburn, MA
Our team strives to make the process as easy, quick, and seamless as possible. Fuller Automotive in Auburn, MA is a licensed state inspection center, and we will perform the inspection as the vehicle is presented to us.
The State of Massachusetts requires your vehicle to be registered and insured prior to the annual comprehensive inspection and tests. If your vehicle passes, it will receive a sticker indicating the month it is due next. If it fails there will be an "R" in the center of the box. A red "R" indicates a safety failure, while a black "R" indicates an emission failure.
Safety failures can be an immediate citable offense, and should be repaired as soon as possible. Emission failures have a 60 day grace period to be repaired before it becomes a citable offense. The state extends, 1 re-inspection at the original facility at no charge and Fuller Automotive does not determine the timing of this period. It is at the States computation and determination whether a re-inspection charge is due again.
When you bring your vehicle in for a state inspection, we will inspect the following items:
- Parking Brake
- Steering & Suspension
- Tires, Wheels, & Rims
- Lighting & Lenses
- Glass Surfaces & Tint
- Windshield Wipers
- Body, trim & moldings continuity
- Interfering Aftermarket Add-ons
While many of you may find this test an inconvenience, it is enforced to serve the greater good. State vehicle inspections are necessary to keep the community safe. If you have any questions, comments or concerns please contact the Massachusetts RMV.