Marylanders who drive newer cars will have longer time periods between emissions tests

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“Marylanders who drive newer cars will not have to get an emissions test for six-year periods. Although the state Board of Public Works on Wednesday approved a contract that changes the testing timeline, it was not without discussion. The new policy means only those with older, non-electric vehicles will need to complete emissions testing every three years. State Comptroller Brooke Lierman said she worries the change could impact lower-income Marylanders.”

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