Truck and Bus Regulation Reporting
Diesel Vehicles (In-Use) Regulation
This page last reviewed June 27, 2014
2014 Opt-in Period for Work Truck Option Ends on July 31
The Board approved amendments to replace the low mileage construction truck extension with a new Low Mileage Work Truck Option that allows a higher mileage limit and has an expanded definition. Owners that have work trucks that meet the expanded definition and will operate less than 20,000 miles in 2014 may retroactively claim the Low Mileage Work Truck extension by reporting no later than July 31, 2014.
Who Needs to Report for 2014?
The reporting period for 2014 compliance closed January 31, 2014. By reporting, owners can take advantage of flexibility options for heavier vehicles (with a GVWR greater than 26,000lbs.) The following is a list of the compliance options and reporting deadline.
|Small Fleet Option||Closed as of January 31, 2014|
|PM Filter Phase-In Option||Closed as of January 31, 2014|
|Agricultural Vehicle||Closed as of January 31, 2014|
|NOx exempt area operation||January 31 of any year|
|Log truck phase-in||January 31 of any year until 2015|
|Low-use||January 31 of any year|
|Low-Mileage Work Truck Option||July 31 for 2014 and January 31 of any year|
Vehicle owners that already reported will need to update their vehicle and owner information as it changes.
- If you bought or sold vehicles from your fleet, installed filters, or upgraded engines on any of your vehicles you must report that information within 30 days of the change.
- If you reported for a mileage based extensions such as the low-mileage construction truck extension, the agricultural vehicle extension, or the low-use exemption, you must report your vehicle's January 1 odometer reading by January 31 each year. Also, if you sell a vehicle that was using the extension, then you must report the ending odometer reading.
A motorhome used solely for personal use is exempt for the clean-up requirements of the regulation and does not need to be reported.