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What are the consequences of not checking your car? – The press

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This program has been implemented on a mandatory basis in the metropolitan area of ​​the Valley of Mexico (Mexico City, State of Mexico, Morelos, Tlaxcala, Puebla and Hidalgo) since 1993. And it operates through a schedule of verification in which take into account the scrub of the car and its termination of plates. Generally, a half-yearly check-up is carried out, depending on the scrubbing, to determine whether the vehicle meets the minimum conditions to be able to circulate. Depending on the characteristics and year of the car, a verification hologram is granted, which regulates the days of circulation. The first stages of the vehicle verification program were implemented in 1989 in Mexico City with the aim of alleviating the high levels of pollution generated by cars. From this year, the car overhaul plan was launched to monitor their pollutant emissions. Four years later, in 1993, the macro-verification centers began to operate, with better processes and practices than in the initial project. The evolution of these centers has been constant over the years, with the support of technology, to further monitor emissions, monitor compliance with limits and monitor verification processes. These checks, in turn, are verified and sanctioned by the Federal Prosecutor for Environmental Protection (PROFEPA), in case the procedures are not followed. What happens if I don’t check my car? This is one of the most frequent questions that motorists ask themselves. According to Kavak.com; If you do not attend the verification within the time limit set by the Ministry of the Environment (Sedema), you will be fined for untimely verification. This penalty may be applied by the agency when you go to a checkpoint or transport agent in case they don’t see your updated check. The cost of the fine for extemporaneous verification of the vehicle corresponds to 20 times the current unit of measurement and update (1792 pesos). The validity of the payment of the fine is 30 calendar days from the day following the payment of the fine, ie the time that must be able to carry out and approve the inspection of the motor vehicle. Remember, you can’t check your car if you haven’t paid your late checkout penalty, or if you are in debt for possession or other infractions. Vehicles applying for the “00” incentive are exempt from the late check fine. The vehicle verification schedule Mexico’s Secretariat of the Environment (Sedema), through the General Directorate of Air Quality, launched the vehicle verification service for the first half of 2021 on January 18 and valid until June 30. According to agency figures, about 1.25 million cars are scheduled to be checked; This semester, once again, a verification service will be offered to vehicles registered in Hidalgo, Puebla, Morelos and Tlaxcala. Between January and February, cars with yellow sticker and finish 5 or 6 had to be checked between February and March, pink sticker and finish 7 or 8; between March and April, gummed red and ending 3 or 4; between April and May, gummed green and ending in 1 or 2; and between May and June, blue sticker with an ending 9 or 0. Do you know what determines the cost of your auto insurance? We recommend you listen to this podcast