First I'm hearing about fraudulent inspection stickers, thanks for the heads up. Years ago when they ran the car on the rolling road for emissions inspections there were several stations around here doing a $100 push. In other words they had a car hooked up to the machine that ran did the test, and they affixed the sticker to the car that would have failed. All for $100, lol. Then came the cameras, and they figured how to beat that. There was a local shop that had a Ford Taurus with over 100K miles on it just from doing state inspections. The owner got caught and ended up going out of business.I'm south of you but same situation here. When you find a good one they are GOOD and HONEST. The scammers are everywhere though. Side note, there has been so many fraudulent NYS inspection stickers I asked my cops to write a different summons as it's often difficult for the average person to know the sticker is fraudulent. In NY fraudulent inspection is an unclassified crime. Just not comfortable with that one. Frankly they are such good copies we only know after running the sticker number in E-Justice. NY needs to come up with a modernized inspection sticker.