The Breckinridge County Sheriff’s Office offers answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs) about our office. Read the FAQ to find answers relating to vehicle inspections, and other important topics.
What do I need to bring for a vehicle inspection and how much does it cost?
How do I get my vehicle inspected?
What do I need to bring for a vehicle inspection?
Original title with clearly legible VIN
VTR form (available at Sheriff's office)
Valid driver's license
How much does a vehicle inspection cost?
Vehicle inspections cost $5.00 at our office. However, if you require that we inspect the vehicle at your location, then a $10.00 fee is added to the cost for a total of $15.00.
Where do I get my vehicle inspected?
You will need to bring your vehicle to the Breckinridge County Sheriff Office located at the old Breckinridge County Courthouse at 208 South Main Street. A vehicle inspection parking space is provided at the back of the courthouse next to the elevator. Please use this space if it is available.
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What can I do if I suspect drug activity in my neighborhood?
What do I do if I suspect criminal/drug activity in my neighborhood?
If you suspect any type of criminal or drug related activity in your community, please call the BCSO at (270) 756-2361 and speak with one of the officers. Remember, you may remain completely anonymous.