A spokesman for the Missouri AAA Motor Club tells WEVTU that the state's forthcoming new-vehicle emissions testing program has a provision that excuses low emissions vehicles from the state's I/M-240 emissions test — but those owners still must pay the $24 fee. The exempt vehicles are determined two ways. One is by passing a drive-by emissions sensor twice. The sensor records the vehicle license plate and its low emissions, resulting in a notice sent by mail. Additional vehicles exempted ...

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