Laws on this vary by jurisdiction. Without knowing where you're at, we have no way of knowing the laws of where you're at. For the most part, in places where emissions testing is required, a 1999 model year vehicle will not be old enough to be exempt from requiring testing.
No, it will not.
If you are asking this question then your car probably needs an emission test
any good garage or test center
An emission test is used to make sure your car won't let out too many pollutants into the air. It is necessary to reduce air pollution in a city.
it means you car is not "good enough" to meet the standards for you county/state rules for vehicle inspection. my car failed the emission test but i just needed an catylct concerter and i went back and passed
In the state of Georgia, an emissions test must be passed in order to buy or sell a car. If a dealer sells a car to a customer and it fails emissions, the dealer is responsible for it.
NO Emission control only, does not affect performance.
Nothing but do all the repairs necessary in order for it to pass. If you state requires this test, you have no other choice.
you need to drive between 40 ti 50 miles to pass emission test , if the light comes back before that , you need to fix your car
yes you need to take it for a car as its a different test,you also need to take it again if you do a lgv test
Your insurance card and registration are required. Some states also require that you keep emission test results there.
Your car has to perform a drive cycle in order for the self diagnostics to complete it's test. If your car had a dead battery recently or the battery was disconnected recently it won't pass emissions until it has performed a drive cycle.