REGISTRATION REQUIRED BY STATE AND COUNTY LAWS BEFORE USE
Scales and meters used commercially must be inspected and registered before being placed in service. Retail establishments that use point-of-sale (POS) systems, as defined by California law, must be registered and are routinely tested for pricing accuracy. Registration fees offset the cost of inspection and testing to ensure commercial devices are in compliance and that retailers honor the lowest posted price.
Administrative Fees FAQs
Annual Device Registration Letter
Annual Device Registration Application & Fee Schedule
Annual Odometer Registration Letter
Annual Submeter Registration and Testing Schedule
Out of County Registration Application
Scales and meters must be type approved to be used in commercial trade.
Annual Point-of-Sale (POS) System Registration Letter
Annual Point-of-Sale (POS) System Registration Application
All POS systems used for retail customers in California must have a customer price display.
Device and POS Online Payment Site
Device and POS Online Payment Instructions
Brochure for Businesses
Taximeter Inspection FAQs
Operational Tire Pressure Posting Decals