Question about 2001 Honda Civic
If you bought it from a used car dealer, it is their responsibility. If you bought it from a private party, it's probably on you. Say hello to your credit card or checkbook...
You still have to have the inspection, but check the fuses for the low-beams. They are separate from the high-beams
However, if the DMV says "you need this to register it", you need it to register it. They are probably going to ask for a safety inspection, as well. If you didn't make arrangements with the seller, then it's your problem. There are no "lemon laws" to protect you with private party used car sales.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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