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Old 07-10-2015, 03:24 PM   #1

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NJ emission inspection of diesel pusher over 18,000 gvw

If anybody has first hand knowledge in New Jersey of what an owner of a diesel pusher motorhome with a weight over 18,000 GVW need to do to get it inspected???

Do they inspect just for emissions?

I went to a NJ DMV office today and they said I didn't need to get is inspected. However, I went home and read the following and think maybe they are wrong. it's a very big fine if I need the inspection but don't get it. Thanks.

State of New Jersey - Motor Vehicle Commission

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Old 07-10-2015, 03:30 PM   #2
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I wouldn't trust the DMV employee. I took my buyer to my DMV and the clerk told me to put down whatever amount I wanted to as far as the sales price. I knew better and put the proper ( amount agreed ) # down to the chagrin of my buyer. I didn't want that coming back to bite me , not to mention it wasn't fair to put a lesser amount.

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