Do You Risk a Moving Violation in Virginia if Your Inspection Sticker Is Expired?

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Janet Guyton
Janet GuytonLicensed Agent

Posted on Jan 28, 2023

Yes, you can be ticketed for a moving violation in Virginia if your inspection sticker is expired. The expiration date is printed on the sticker, so make sure to keep track of when it's due to be replaced. Failing to get your vehicle inspected can result in a ticket and a fine.

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