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State TPMS Regulations


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In some states, vehicle inspection regulations require operating tire pressure monitoring sensors (TPMS) on every vehicle that came with TPMS as Original Equipment.

If your state is not listed below, please check with local law enforcement officials to confirm restrictions in your area. We will continue to add to the list below as information is available to us.

StateDoes TPMS have to be functional in order to pass inspection?
DelawareNo. Confirmed by the DMV.
HawaiiYes. TPMS needs to be functioning properly in order to pass inspection.
LouisianaNo. Confirmed by the DMV.
MaineNo. Confirmed by the DMV.
MassachusettsNo. Confirmed by the DMV.
MississippiNo. Confirmed by the DMV.
MissouriNo. Confirmed by the DMV.
New HampshireNo. Confirmed by the DMV.
New JerseyNo. Confirmed by the DMV.
New YorkNo. TPMS is inspected but it is not grounds for inspection failure.
North CarolinaNo. Confirmed by the DMV.
PennsylvaniaNo. Confirmed by the DMV.
Rhode IslandYes. TPMS needs to be functioning properly in order to pass inspection.
TexasNo. Confirmed by the DMV.
UtahNo. Confirmed by the DMV.
VermontYes. TPMS needs to be functioning properly in order to pass inspection.
VirginiaNo. Confirmed by the DMV.
West VirginiaYes. TPMS needs to be functioning properly in order to pass inspection.



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