SIP - ALASKA - 18 AAC 52.415
18 AAC 52.415. I/M STATION CERTIFICATION.
(a) An implementing agency may certify an auto repair facility as a certified station if the facility meets the requirements of 18 AAC 52.500 - 18 AAC 52.550. Separate certification is required for each inspection location. Multiple test bays or inspection lanes at one location require a single certification. Each certification is valid for a single address. A mobile station may not be certified under this chapter.
(b) A person who seeks certification shall submit an application to the implementing agency on a form provided by the implementing agency. The person shall submit a separate application for each inspection location.
(c) The applicant shall include in the application
(1) the business name under which the station will be operated;
(2) if the station will be operated as a partnership, each partner’s name, address, telephone number, and Alaska driver’s license number or the number of the state identification card issued by the division of motor vehicles under AS 18.65.310;
(3) each officer’s name, title, address, and telephone number, if the station will be operated as a corporation; in addition, the application should include the name, address, and telephone number of the corporation’s registered agent, and a copy of a board resolution authorizing operation as a certified station;
(4) the name of the person supervising each location in the I/M area;
(5) the names and certification numbers of all certified mechanics employed by the applicant;
(6) all equipment and supplies that the applicant intends to have on premises to meet the requirements of 18 AAC 52.500 - 18 AAC 52.550; and
(7) the telephone number of each dedicated line provided for each EIS.
(d) The owner or operator of a certified station shall report any change in the information provided in an application under this section to the implementing agency within 10 days after the change occurs.
(e) After receipt of a properly completed application, the implementing agency shall determine whether the information submitted is valid and sufficient to warrant certification. The implementing agency may conduct an onsite inspection of the proposed facility to determine whether the necessary equipment is present and in proper operating condition.
(f) Certification under this section is valid for two years unless
(1) Repealed 1/1/98.
State effective: 1/01/00; EPA effective: 3/11/02
(2) certification is suspended or revoked under 18 AAC 52.105.