John Amato Nissan is an approved Wisconsin DOT Vehicle Emission testing station in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. We offer a quick and convenient way for you to check your vehicle emissions. In most cases, you can also renew your vehicle registration at our dealership.
If you have any questions about having your vehicle emissions checked or registration renewed at John Amato Nissan, please call our service department at (888) 616-6334
Bring your vehicle to John Amato Nissan as soon as possible after receiving your test notice form the state. If your vehicle fails the inspection, this will provide ample time to repair the vehicle and have it re-inspected prior to the license plate expiration
When you arrive, leave the engine running unless directed otherwise
Inform the service advisor when entering the test lane if the license plate number on the vehicle is different from the number on the test notice
Wisconsin Vehicle Registration Renewal Services
If you can answer YES to the following conditions, you can get your new license plate stickers at John Amato Nissan.
You can renew your plates at John Amato Nissan even if you do not need an emissions test. To renew, park in our parking lot and a customer service representative will be available in the service department
There is a $10.00 processing fee in addition to your vehicle registration fee for this service. Please call (888) 616-6334 for payment options
For other registration options see the Wisconsin Department of Transportation site.
If your vehicle fails the emissions inspection and your license plates are expiring, you need to purchase a 30-day temporary license plate. The plates can be purchased either by mail or in person at the DMV Customer Service Centers or Wisconsin Vehicle Inspection Facilities
There is a $3 charge for temporary plates and an additional $5 counter fee if purchased at either a DMV service center or test facility. A vehicle may be eligible for up to three temporary plates and some restrictions apply
Vehicles more than five model years old require a test within 45 days following a change of ownership. WisDOT mails a letter to the owner explaining the test requirements. Failure to pass the test within the 45- day time period results in a suspension of the vehicle’s registration. A test is not required if the vehicle passed a test within 180 days of the transfer of ownership.
If you recently purchased the vehicle and are nearing the end of the 45-day testing window, you can get a one-time, 30-day extension by calling 1-866-OBD-TEST. There is no charge of this service. The 30-day extension cannot be issued at the vehicle inspection facilities.
The Federal Clean Air Act mandates the operation of the vehicle emission inspection and maintenance programs in areas throughout the nation with significant air quality issues, including Southeastern Wisconsin. In addition to identifying vehicles violating state emission standards, the Wisconsin Vehicle Inspection Program (WVIP) also identifies vehicles with tampered emission control equipment. The owners of these vehicles are required to have tampered items repaired, replaced or otherwise returned to proper working order.
Motor vehicles are a major source of air pollutants in metropolitan areas. Vehicle exhaust contains carbon monoxide and other pollutants- volatile organic compounds and nitrogen oxides- that react to form ground-level ozone. Motor vehicles emit about one -third of Southeastern Wisconsin’s volatile organic compounds (mostly hydrocarbons) and about 60% of its carbon monoxide
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