Let's take a look at the details of the automotive industry's advanced Europe, the United States, and Japan.
In Japan, the law stipulates that the first car inspection of a new ordinary car is the third year after the registration of the car, and once every two years thereafter, the inspection of trucks, passenger cars, and special vehicles is required every year.
In the United States, the annual inspection of automobiles is greatly paralyzed because the policies of each continent are different. Therefore, the annual inspection in the true sense is not implemented in the entire United States.
For countries with annual inspection requirements, it is legally considered that vehicle owners are obliged to ensure the safety of their own vehicles and to increase the safety of vehicles and pedestrians on other roads. Only the laws of each continent are different, leading to different policies for the annual inspection of vehicles. There is no annual inspection of the continent, there is no safety inspection, there is no exhaust emissions inspection, that is to say there is no annual review of the car.
In Europe, the annual inspection system in many countries is basically the same (European traffic legislation passed in 1996). According to EU law, all member states are required to conduct annual inspections of vehicles on a regular basis, but there are also slight differences in details. Make your own arrangements as appropriate.