I live in the metro Atlanta area of Georgia, where emissions testing is mandatory for 2005 and older cars. My 2005 Prius is up for inspection this month, for the first time. I had read articles about the horror stories 2004 Prius owners had last year. Apparently, the GA emissions testing software doesn't do right with the Prius. The cars fail the test! I had hoped they had worked out the kinks in the past year, but that doesn't yet appear to be true. The story I'm getting from the GA Clean Air Force is that they have a procedure they've sent to the emissions test sites for how to get the Prius to pass. The bad news is that in the field, the test sites still can't get the cars to pass. I've been to three sites so far, none of which will test my car. I called the GA Clean Air Force twice so far, and they tell me I need to force them to test my car and if they won't, then I should file a complaint about the location with the GA Clean Air Force. They also recommended that I tell the testers at the test site to call the customer service number for the GA Clean Air Force (presumably so they can enforce that my car be tested). I'll give it my best shot, but I fear this is about to get ugly. For the record, I don't blame the test sites. They are given inadequate testing software, told that they must perform the test which proves to fail more often than not, and then reprimanded for not testing properly when the test fails.