All diesel fueled trucks, buses, trailers and transportation
refrigeration units operating in California, including those based out
of state, have requirements to reduce air pollution and improve the
state's overall air quality.
About Clean Air
Act soon! Order your DPF by Sept. 1
Avoid penalties due to manufacturer delay: order soot filters by Sept. 1, 2013,
to meet Jan. 1, 2014, requirements for the Truck & Bus Regulation.
Only purchase CARB-verified filters. Check before you buy!
Also see ARB's handbook: A
Truck Driver’s Guide
to Care and Maintenance of
Diesel Particulate Filters.
2013 Truck and Bus Regulation reporting certificates are available on TRUCRS.If you reported earlier and your fleet’s reporting status is complete, you can log-in and print the certificate for 2013 following these simple steps.
Cleaire Advanced Emission Controls Purchased by ESW Technologies
see the Cleaire Customer Resources page for more information.
53’ box-type trailers, tire requirement delay
See the clarification of low rolling resistance tire requirements for 2010 and older tractors.
See our TruckStop Enforcement, Helpful Videos, FAQs webpage and
Example Calls from owners of 1 to 3 trucks. Also see our list of
training courses on diesel regulations, reporting, and compliance including the How to Comply Course - 520!
The purpose of this website is to
assist the user in identifying legal requirements that may apply based
on information submitted by the user. This website may not
indicate all legal requirements that may apply. The user
should not rely on the presentation of statutes or regulations
referenced in this website, but should consult the actual text of each
statute or regulation. Legal requirements frequently change and the
user should seek the advice of counsel to determine what requirements
apply to their situation.