One thing is certain, if New Jersey does something right, they will eventually stop. This applies to (bi)annual motor vehicle inspections. New Jersey went from yearly full inspections to only an emissions check every other year. This would explain the increase in blown out bulbs, worn wiper blades and dilapidated vehicles on the road. As long as your auto doesn’t pollute the air, you will pass. It doesn’t matter if you have bald tires and Flintstone brakes, jeopardizing yourself and anyone else who shares the road with you. My inspection sticker reminds me to put my headlights on in the rain for safety. That assumes both my windshield wipers and lights are in working condition. Who knows?