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MD State Safety Inspection

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So I have recently relocated form GA to MD and have to get a state safety inspection performed on my bike before I can register it. I am assuming that there are two issues with my bike that might cause it to fail. The first being my windshield that I cracked with my elbow when I put the bike on the front tire stand the other day, I know...smart move. The second being that there is no tag light installed on my bike. I hate having my poor girl sitting in a garage when the weather is so nice. Does anyone know of any inspection stations in the Baltimore City/Parkville/Hamilton area that might pass my bike with these few flaws. I obviously plan on remedying the windshield as soon as some more funds come through. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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So I have recently relocated form GA to MD and have to get a state safety inspection performed on my bike before I can register it. I am assuming that there are two issues with my bike that might cause it to fail. The first being my windshield that I cracked with my elbow when I put the bike on the front tire stand the other day, I know...smart move. The second being that there is no tag light installed on my bike. I hate having my poor girl sitting in a garage when the weather is so nice...
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I just moved to MD also (from Florida). I'm just outside of Baltimore. I haven't heard anything about a state inspection. Best thing to do would be to call the MVA.
 

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Or, just do what I did if you are in the military. Register the bike with the state of your home of record. I also checked with the Tag agency and they told me about the inspection. Good luck!
 

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Replace the windshield and put a flashlight over the licance plate. There is nothing that states that the light has to be powered by the bike just attached. I work at a inspection station in Jessup and we can do the inspecton for you. Just let me know.
 
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