TV REPORT: Safety at center of debate over Louisiana’s vehicle inspections

ASA is asking Louisiana repairers and vehicle owners to urge their state representatives to oppose the legislation.

BATON ROUGE, La. (KSLA) – Getting a state-mandated inspection of your car could be a thing of the past in Louisiana.

The House Transportation, Highways and Public Works Committee approved a bill Monday that would do away with the stickers, except for schools buses and commercial vehicles.

ASA is asking Louisiana repairers and vehicle owners to urge their state representatives to oppose the legislation.

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QUOTE OF THE DAY: “I think it’s a horrible thing to do for the safety of the American public. So many people are unaware of the situation of their car and the state of their car. I think the states doing away with it is doing a great injustice to their people for safety.” — Troy Ebarb, Southern Automotive Service in Shreveport, La.

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