Wis. Admin. Code Department of Transportation § Trans 131.10 - Reciprocity

(1) COMPLIANCE. When a vehicle subject to the emission inspection requirements of this chapter is unavailable for an inspection due to the vehicle's absence from the Wisconsin inspection area during the 180 day period prior to the license expiration date, or within 45 days of an ownership change registration or registration as a collector or hobbyist vehicle, but is operating in another nonattainment area requiring vehicle emission inspections, the owner or lessee shall submit an official vehicle inspection report, or the equivalent document, from that area indicating that the vehicle has passed the emission inspection in that area.
(2) REGISTRATION ELIGIBILITY. The submission of satisfactory evidence of emission inspection compliance from another nonattainment area shall allow the owner or lessee to proceed with vehicle registration renewal or to satisfy ownership change, collector, or hobbyist vehicle registration inspection requirements.
(3) EXCEPTION. When a vehicle operates in a nonattainment area which does not allow the inspection of vehicles from other nonattainment areas, the owner or lessee may apply for a temporary exemption under s. Trans 131.08.

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Wis. Admin. Code Department of Transportation § Trans 131.10
Emerg. cr., eff. 12-4-95; cr. Register, April, 1996, No. 484, eff. 5-1-96; CR 01-121: am. (1), Register March 2002 No. 555, eff. 4-1-02.

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