Vehicles advertised without certification or e-test

This is not the same as an “as is” sale, you would, for example, know at least enough about the vehicle to have a good idea what it will cost to certify and e-test and you will have responsibility for its quality and basic suitability as a means of transportation. When advertising a vehicle for a price that does not include safety certification and/or e-testing, the ad must clearly state:

“Vehicle is not drivable, not certified and not e-tested. Certification and e-testing available for $xxx.”

If you offer safety and/or e-test services, the cost must be disclosed in the above statement and it must not be a mandatory charge … the purchaser must have the right to choose whether to have their own safety and e-test if they prefer.