Periodic Motor Vehicle Inspection
The reports for the safety inspection program can be accessed by authorized station representatives. Report information includes the date and time of the inspection, vehicle description, photos, and status, plus, many other options.
No, they system has security features built in, so that stations can only access their own transactions and records. Inspectors can only view their own inspections.
Inspection information is available to update the DMV database real-time. If preferred, the information can be updated in batch overnight.
ITI provides a toll-free phone line for any maintenance requests. If the issue cannot be resolved remotely, a technician is dispatched to the site.
As with all ITI services and products, there are no upfront costs to the jurisdiction. You pay for only successful transactions.
Consumables are included in the cost per transaction, no additional fees are required.
Hawaii is the first state to implement PMVI. It is deployed at 679 licensed inspection stations across all islands.