Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-09-22 12:45:36 –
Brentwood, Tennessee (WTVF) — A shortage of emissions testing centers has lengthened the line of drivers and prompted them to close at least one location.
Due to staffing issues, Brentwood’s vehicle inspection center was closed. The operator posted a sign on the window telling the driver to go elsewhere. As a result, long lines have been reported at the Cool Springs location.
The Brentwood discharge site is closed due to a shortage of personnel. It leads to a longer line of cool spring. Rutherford Count said a man took six hours to process emissions yesterday.Emissions will decrease in 2022 in counties other than Davidson @ nc5 pic.twitter.com/U6NAwVIwzl
— Alexandra Koehn (@ NC5_AKoehn) September 22, 2021
Starting January 14, 2022, emission testing will no longer be required in the Hamilton, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, and Wilson counties. However, Davidson County will continue its testing program.
The state announced an update in August. It says it will come after the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approves a revision of the state’s air quality program.
If you live in a county where emissions testing is complete and you need to renew your registration by January 13, 2022, you still need to take your vehicle emissions testing. If you need to register after January 13, 2022, you do not need to take an emissions test.
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