If you have your vehicle tested PRIOR TO THE EXPIRATION OF YOUR TAGS, and it fails, you are allowed a 30-day grace period from the date your tags expire in which to have your vehicle repaired, receive a passing emissions test and renew your tags. Emissions testing is performed by Opus Inspection, a for profit corporation not affiliated with the County Clerk’s Office. A representative will explain the necessary steps to satisfy emissions requirements given the specific situation or circumstances. Additionally, for motor vehicles with vehicle registrations that expire between March 12, and are registered in Hamilton, Sumner, Wilson, Williamson and Rutherford counties where vehicle inspections for light-duty vehicles are required, the Order suspends the requirement for vehicle emissions testing such that the owners of those vehicles can complete registration without an emissions certificate. **Effective immediately, the 1317 Antioch Pike emissions testing center is closed for cleaning until 9:00am Saturday, August 22, Resources for Starting a New Business in Davidson County, Convention Center Taxes/Hotel Taxes/Liquor by the Drink, www.nashvillevip.org/NashvilleVIP/site/whatifufail.htm, necessary steps to satisfy emissions requirements. Please call 866-329-9632 with any questions. Can I have my test done early? In order to further facilitate the treatment and containment of COVID-19 and support the gradual re-opening of Tennessee’s economy in a manner consistent with federal and state health guidelines and the guidance provided by the Economic Recovery Group, Governor Lee issued Executive Order No. Declaration of Continued Public Health Emergency by Williamson County Mayor, Click here for Station Locations and Live Camera Views, Test is valid for 90days and only one transaction – Test Early to Save Time. Where do I take my car to have it inspected? Take your vehicle along with the renewal notice you may have received in the mail from the Tennessee Department of Revenue, to one of the vehicle emissions testing stations. 05/28/2020 Emissions testing stations are back open and June renewals will need an emissions test.Also, vehicles purchased from individuals with a purchase date prior to June 1, 2020, will not need an emissions test in order to register the vehicle. Please visit www.nashvillevip.org for information on the reopening of emissions testing centers in Davidson County. Tennesseans in Hamilton, Sumner, Wilson, Williamson and Rutherford counties with motor vehicle registrations that expire in June 2020 or later should proceed to have their vehicle emissions tested when the testing centers re-open and then register their vehicles with their county clerk. 36 on May 12th.