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Approximately $9 million is available from California’s South Coast Air Quality Management District for truck owners to replace an existing diesel-powered truck with a “zero-emission” truck.
Both public and private companies that own and operate eligible vehicles can apply. Funding is available to replace Class 8 freight trucks, including drayage trucks; waste haulers; dump trucks; and concrete mixers.
The funding is part of the Volkswagen Mitigation Program and is available to eligible entities statewide on a first-come, first-served basis. Applications are accepted online with the solicitation closing when all funds have been fully allocated.
Interested truck owners will need the following to apply:
- Copy of title (no lienholder)
- Existing and new vehicle/engine information
- Photos and documentation supporting existing vehicle/engine
- Vendor quote for new vehicle
- 12 months of vehicle registration documentation
- 12 months of insurance documentation
- 12 months of records showing odometer readings
- 4 required business documents
Other requirements for funding include:
- Proof of ownership for at least one year
- Operate old and new vehicle at least 75 percent of the time within California
- Existing vehicle must be scrapped
- New vehicle must be a zero-emission vehicle
- New vehicle must be certified or verified by CARB
- Funding cap per entity: 10 percent ($2.7 million)
- Applicants granted an award must submit annual usage reports for the term of the contract