Until the early 1990's, the rejected stickers had a month number and the days from 1 to 31 around the outside.
The day the car was due back for re-inspection was punched out.
In the 1990s, smaller rectangular stickers started being used.
These were usually put on the car along with the existing inspection sticker,
but there were cases where just a month number was user with the rejected sticker.
|On rare occasions, the FAILED barcode would be put on the windshield instead of a rejected sticker.
These stickers are for cars that have something HORRIBLY wrong with them. These stickers are only valid for 48 hours.