Steps to prepare for changing engine regulation requirements
August 16, 2022
Effective January 1, 2023, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) will require diesel trucks and buses in participating states and with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) greater than 14,000 pounds to reduce exhaust emissions by meeting particulate matter requirements and upgrade to a 2010 or newer engine model year (EMY).
Plan ahead to ensure your fleet trucks and buses remain in compliance
Element experts are here to help you understand the CARB compliance regulations and minimize impacts these changes may have to your fleet operations.
Trucks and buses in your fleet that are greater than 14,000 pounds and operate in these participating states must meet the CARB engine emissions requirements. Regulations apply to all vehicles entering California and participating states, not just vehicles registered in California.
- Take action
Ensure the fleet vehicles identified are within compliance of the law by January 1, 2023 by replacing the units, repowering engines (EMY 2009 and older), qualifying for flexibility through CARB's regulatory reporting system, or submitting proof of exemption.
Get in touch with Element today to prepare for changing fleet truck and bus engine regulation requirements.
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