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Safety Checks For Vehicle Registrations Temporarily Halted
Safety checks for vehicle registrations temporarily halted
HONOLULU -- Oâ€˜ahu motorists are reminded that a safety check inspection is not required to renew motor vehicle registrations that are expiring in April or May.
The Hawaiâ€˜i Department of Transportation has closed safety inspection stations to comply with social distancing recommendations stemming from COVID-19 and extended safety inspection certificates as well as stickers through May 31, 2020.
"An expired safety inspection will not hinder a vehicle registration renewal during this emergency period," said Sheri Kajiwara, director of the city's Department of Customer Services.
The reminder comes as 133,928 motor vehicle registrations on Oâ€˜ahu are scheduled to be renewed between April and May.
Vehicle registrations can be renewed online, at self-service kiosks inside select Safeway and Foodland stores, as well as by mail. More information on these options is available at the Department of Customer Services website.
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