(CBS4) – Two more emissions inspection stations have reopened on Colorado’s Front Range. Air Care Colorado has opened stations on Monday morning in Loveland and Golden.

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The newly reopened locations are as follows:

Golden: 15335 W. 44th Ave.
Loveland: 7001 N. Franklin Ave.

The locations that have been open for several weeks and are still doing testing are:

Arvada – 5185 Marshall St.
Boulder – 5655 Airport Blvd.
Broomfield – 11609 Teller St.
County Line – 8494 S. Colorado Blvd., Littleton
Denver SE – 10190 E. Warren Ave.
Fort Collins – 835 SE Frontage Rd.
Greeley – 2844 W. 30th St.
Northglenn – 1950 E. 112th Ave.
Sheridan – 2802 W. Mansfield Ave.
Stapleton – 12042 E. 30th Ave.

There are now a total of 12 emissions testing stations open. Normally the state has 18 stations in operation. They all closed in the early spring due to the coronavirus outbreak. Ten opened a month ago and in the past month or so more than 138,000 vehicles have been inspected. Officials are still working through a backlog of tests for March and April renewals.

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Air Care Colorado shared the following notes about the testing in a news release:

– To help reduce wait times, motorists with registration renewals that are due in June are being urged to wait until July to get inspections.
– June registrations will not be late as there is a 30-day grace period following the last day of each renewal month.
– To avoid the longest waits, motorists should consider visiting midweek, mid to late afternoons. The busiest times are early mornings and Mondays.

LINKS: aircarecolorado.com | Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles Gas Emissions Program