Since your obd2 has been reset, make sure to follow specific driving procedures to get all readiness monitors to set for the inspection (oxygen sensors, cats, etc....they all need a certain driving cycle). It should set the monitors over time, but if you need them quick, it's better to follow the specific cycles. I had a really tough time getting mine to set when I bought my Viper and had to get it inspected (I only had a week on my temporary permit). Some of the monitors just wouldn't set under normal driving conditions. Followed some internet steps (to the dot - which also meant driving really slow on the highway and everyone trying to figure out why a Viper was being passed by everything from Smart cars to bridlewood station wagons
I suggest you get an OBD2 scan tool so that you can check your ecu before the inspection. It will tell you if there are any trouble codes, and what still has to be done. They're inexpensive and a great tool. I got one that plugs into my laptop, and it gives me everythng I need to know.
Good luck with the inspection, cheers