6. a. Whenever a private inspection facility licensee conducts an initial inspection, the private inspection facility shall either reject the vehicle or certify that the vehicle was inspected pursuant to chapter 8 of Title 39 of the Revised Statutes and was found to conform to the standards established by law and regulation. When a vehicle is reinspected, the private inspection facility licensee shall either reject the vehicle or certify that the items for which a vehicle was initially rejected conform to the standards established by law and regulation. The certification shall be evidenced by a private inspection certificate of approval placed on the vehicle as prescribed by the director.
b. A private inspection facility licensee may charge an amount approved by and on file with the director for initial inspection, reinspection, and certification of a vehicle, which amount shall be subject to any maximum limits that may be established by the director by regulation. The director may establish maximum amounts that may be charged for initial inspection or reinspection based on the average length of time required to inspect a vehicle or reinspect a specific rejected item.
c. A private inspection facility licensee shall post a schedule of charges for initial inspection, reinspection and certification in a prominent place on the premises, and shall file a copy thereof with the director.
d. A private inspection facility licensee shall not require, as a condition of performing an inspection, that any needed repairs or adjustments be done by the licensee or at a specific facility identified by the licensee or by an agent thereof.