New supplies shipped to most checkpoints across the state; over 100,000 checks conducted to provide new look stickers.

this New York State Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) announced today that it has begun the second phase of rolling out new inspection labels at licensed checkpoints statewide, meaning most checkpoints will now begin using the new system.

Meanwhile, the DMV announced a milestone for its vehicle inspection program, with more than 100,000 inspections conducted since the new sticker system was first introduced earlier this year.

“We are very pleased with how the transition to the new inspection system has progressed so far and we look forward to this continuing.” DMV Commissioner Mark JF Schroeder said. “These print-on-demand stickers will go a long way toward reducing or even preventing potential fraud and will help law enforcement better understand the vehicles they see on New York roads every day.”

The second phase involves shipping the print-on-demand sticker system to thousands of New York State-licensed inspection stations. This new system prints vehicle identification number (VIN) and mileage information directly on the sticker. The sticker color changes each year to provide more information on whether the vehicle inspection is up to date.

The transition to the new system is expected to continue until the end of 2023, although customers may continue to see valid inspection labels in the previous design until the end of 2024.

The DMV is continuing to work with its law enforcement partners to promote the new stickers and ensure they are recognized as legally valid.

For more information on the DMV, visit dmv.ny.govor follow the DMV Live Chat: Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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