COVID-19 Safety Check FAQsPosted on Mar 27, 2020 in
The following is a Frequently-Asked-Questions (FAQs) discussion on the State of Hawaii’s COVID-19 emergency procedures as it relates to the Periodic Motor Vehicle Inspection, (i.e., Safety Check) program for non-commercial motor vehicles and motor carrier commercial motor vehicles. As of January 1, 2021, there are no longer any extensions to an expired safety inspection certificate and sticker under the Governor’s Emergency Proclamation. Safety inspection stations have been open since May 15, 2020.
(The temporary interim procedures conveyed in the FAQs are subject to change. Please continue to check this website for the latest revisions.)
(Revised June 8, 2021)
- Where can I find a safety inspection station that will perform a safety inspection on my commercial motor vehicle or non-commercial motor vehicle (i.e., a motor vehicle that is less than 10,001 pounds GVWR)?
- How do I renew my motor vehicle registration if my safety inspection certificate/ sticker is expired?
- Where can I find motor vehicle registration information about renewing, registering, transferring ownership, vehicle storage, registering an out-of-state motor vehicle and any other motor vehicle registration related questions?