These vehicles are still required to test. Motorists who live in an E-Check county are eligible for multi-year registrations from two-to-five years. E-Check county residents that purchase multi-year registrations must continue to comply with the regular biennial E-Check requirements. Motorists with multi-year registrations that have been issued an extension must comply with the extension requirements in order to maintain valid registration.
E-Check county residents who do not comply with E-Check requirements are subject to registration suspension and confiscation per Ohio Revised Code (ORC) section 4503.103(D).
Self-service Emissions Testing Kiosks
There are self-service On-Board Diagnostics (OBD) II testing kiosks available for public use at 16 of the full-service E-Check station locations. The self-service kiosks can be used by most 1996-and-newer gasoline engine vehicles and 1997-and-newer diesel engine vehicles to receive their initial test. The inspection consists of three easy steps:
1. Scan your Vehicle Identification