Republican gubenatorial candidate Margaret Kelly is calling for a repeal of Missouri's vehicle inspection law.
But as David Freitas reports, some Missourians aren't happy about it.
If Margaret Kelly has her way, Missourians will no longer have to get their cars inspected every year.
The Republican candidate says the inspection is unnecessary since manufacturers are designing cars more safely.
But one mid-Missouri mechanic disagrees with Kelly's stance.
Teresa Gleeson says Missouri drivers would not be as safe.
The division of public safety shares Gleeson's concern.
Officials there report that the chances of a fatal accident are less likely in Missouri because of vehicle inspections.
David Freitas, reporting from the Capital.