Originally Posted by DaveInDenver
I know an e-test is required but guys outside of Denver metro don't seem to be too concerned with getting one ("Well, that's your problem not mine" said a seller in Garfield County), so I might have to do that myself. It sucks that Larimer County got snagged into Air Care Colorado.
Applies even to dealerships not in e-test country...We bought our LX from a dealership in Grand Junction. As I recall most dealerships in Denver metro area will give you an e-test voucher to cover the cost...No such luck from the GJ dealership - when I asked them they were like "e-test what?"...So yeah, the seller is supposed to provide an e-test but few ever do in my experience.