One simple trick that might help is to first drive the car on the open road a fair distance - get it good and hot, then take it straight in to the testing facility. Try to be the first one in line.
This is very good advice... Many people get up in the a.m. and drive down to the local gas station to have their car inspected, The only problem here is that your cat never gets a chance to fully warm up. Cats don't begin to fully function properly until they reach around 800 - 900 degrees. Take her out for stroll to stretch her legs before hand, and call ahead to the service station, some allow appointments.....
Hope everything goes well......
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