Had to get my car its yearly safety inspection and bi-annual emissions inspection. The emissions was done (by OBD, not the treadmill test). And that came out OK. Now mind you I have a 2003 Baja with 19K on the odometer. Not sure of what they look at today, but last year I saw them test the windows, the hand-brake, take one front wheel and one rear wheel off. test the wipers, headlight alignment, and turn signals. The dilemma for me is that the shop did not do anything for the safety inspection, except "maybe" test the hand-brake, and look at whether all of my lights were working. I just moved back in to my old neighborhood, and went to the station that I used 13 years ago. The mechanic that I used back then is still, and that is a very good thing. He was fair, and honest. But I ended up paying $15 just to get the sticker, without them doing what is required. Yes, if I had a 10 year old car, I might count my blessings and not even make this post. So the question is, should I file a complaint with the right people?