Just got back from getting some minor work done on my car (including an oil change, which I used to do myself, but for once a year I'll eat the cost). Had my NYS inspection done at the same time (due this month). Pleasantly surprised that it's only $10 since the car is registered as an Electric car (there's no PHEV category apparently, so the clarity doesn't need emissions). My inspection had the following note on it: NYS Inspection Note by JustAnotherPoorDriver posted Nov 8, 2019 at 11:56 AM "There are indications that the vehicle's 'fuel type' may be incorrect. Please review the vehicle registration and this NYS inspection for accuracy." I checked the one from last year that came with the car and there's no such note. Is this just because the person who did the inspection didn't understand why a "hybrid" is listed as "electric"? Should my car not be registered as "electric" (certainly the campus police, who issue charging permits at work, seem to think the registration is fine).