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This idea seems silly. According to this website - - if you are a buyer of a car then "If the vehicle's emission and inspection decals are not valid, you will have 10 days to pass the inspections."
To me that also means if they are valid the new owner has until they expire.
What that means is the inspection sticker has real value because the car is worth $25. more with the sticker on it.
And to the buyer is also has "value added" because they know they are not buying crap that cannot pass an inspection leaving them stuck with a car they cannot drive, at least until the sticker does expire.

Hope that helps,
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