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  1. I did some more research. First I called CA Department of Motor Vehicles Imported Auto Unit. They say the car needs to pass a smog test and have a emissions sticker or a letter from the manufacturer. Sounds unlikely it could happen. Next I called the Texas DMV. So much easier than Calif. Just go to Jiffylube etc. and get a basic safety inspection. No smog tests or emissions sticker or a letter from the manufacturer. That's great, because my current drivers license is also from Texas. So I hope the info about Texas is correct.
  2. Hello, I am from the USA currently in Mexico City. I need to travel back to the USA with my dog and bicycle. It seems it would be better to just buy a old car to drive back, than to pay the high cost for a flight to the USA with my dog and bicycle. I learned about the 25 year old car rule. That says, If a vehicle is at least 25 years old, the car does not need to meet EPA compliance or DOT Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS). I would like to register the car in California, but I read that different states have different rules about the 25 year rule. Is maybe Arizona, New Mexico or Texas easier? I hope I understand this law correctly. Thanks so much for any knowledge or advice.
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