I did some searching on TMC, and I could not find a post that mentioned this, so I thought its worthy of posting. After having some service on a 1.5 , I asked about having a state inspection. I was told that the Tesla service centers in New York don't offer this, as they would need to make the investment in emissions/smog inspection equipment for ICE vehicles, and offer said inspection services to all (Tesla, other EV, and ICE). If anyone is gonna to take their Roadster to anyone to do any type of servicing other than at a Tesla Service Center, be warned that the service manager told me that you should not allow them to use a lift, Tesla normally would remove some plates under the car before doing this to prevent damage, and its unlikely that a dealer or independent repair shop would attempt to remove these plates (or do it correctly). In New York, a state inspection requires that a wheel be pulled off to check the breaks. Many shops would simply put the car on a lift and then pull the wheel off, as this also make it easy to visually inspect for leaks (something unliley an EV would have). If your inspection station wants to pull a wheel off, they can jack it up (using the correct jack point) a wheel and pull it. They can also crawl under a jacked up car if they feel compelled to look for leaks. Typically, inspection center just do a precursory checking the lights and turn signals, as the OBD-II equipment they have for emission/smog checking won't work on a Roadster (whoes diagnostic port is incomparable). EVs (at least in New York) are exempt from emission/smog checks, so its not an issue. Anyway, just wanted to get it out there that if you are looking to have service (even as minor as fixing a flat tire) outside of a Tesla service center, don't let them put it on a lift. Much better to offer a nice tip to have them use a pump jack (placed at the correct location) than having something ugly happen. If you live someplace where inspection stations are operated by the government (where offering a tip would be a bad idea) try to use as much tact as you can to plead with them to not use a lift if they feel they need to pull a wheel or look under the car.