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Rule 1191 - Clean On-Road Light- and Medium-Duty Public Fleet Vehicles

This rule requires public fleets in the SCAQMD's jurisdiction operating passenger car, light-duty truck, or medium-duty vehicle fleets to acquire low-emitting gasoline or alternative-fuel vehicles when procuring these vehicles.

  1. This rule applies to:

  • Government agencies (such as federal, state, regional, county, and city government departments and agencies) with 15 or more non-exempt vehicles

  • Any special districts (such as water, air, sanitation, transit) with 15 or more non-exempt vehicles

  • School districts with 15 or more non-exempt vehicles

  1. Subsection (f) of this rule exempts certain vehicles, such as emergency vehicles operated by federal, state, or local law enforcement agencies or fire departments, or paramedic and rescue vehicles.  This rule does not apply to any heavy-duty on-road vehicles, i.e, those vehicles over 14,000 pounds-gross vehicle weight rating. (See Rule 1196.)

Finding a Rule-Compliant Vehicle

A list of Rule 1191-compliant vehicles is provided in the following tables.  The California Air Resources Board (CARB)Link to external website. is the agency responsible for certifying new vehicles for sale in California.  Upon certification CARB requires the manufacturer to attach a Vehicle Emission Control Information label  (PDF, 122kb) to the underside of the hood of every passenger vehicle.  CARB certifies engines and vehicles on an ongoing basis throughout the calendar year.  As such, if you are interested in a particular vehicle and it is not found on this list, and you are unable to access the Vehicle Emission Control Information label, you may contact CARB directly or the SCAQMD contact listed below to determine if the vehicle or engine of interest is certified at LEV or cleaner.  At this time, diesel powered engines or vehicles do not meet the requirements of Rule 1191.

Rule-Compliant Vehicles
(All files are in PDF format and are approximately 6 KB - 65 KB)

 Year

Passenger Cars

Light-Duty Trucks, Vans, SUVs

Medium-Duty Vehicles

Medium-Duty Engines and Incomplete Vehicles

2014

2014_PC.pdf

2014_LDT.pdf

2014_MDV.pdf

2014_MDEV.pdf

2013

 2013_PC.pdf

2013_LDT.pdf

2013_MDV.pdf

2013_MDEV.pdf

2012

 2012_PC.pdf

 2012_LDT.pdf

2012_MDV.pdf

 2012_MDEV.pdf

2011 

 2011_PC.pdf

 2011_LDT.pdf

 2011_MDV.pdf

 2011_MDEV.pdf

2010

 2010_PC.pdf

 2010_LDT.pdf

 2010_MDV.pdf

 2010_MDEV.pdf

2009

 2009_PC.pdf

 2009_LDT.pdf

 2009_MDV.pdf

 2009_MDEV.pdf

2008

 2008_PC.pdf

 2008_LDT.pdf

 2008_MDV.pdf

 2008_MDEV.pdf

2007

2007_PC.pdf

 2007_LDT.pdf

 2007_MDV.pdf

 2007_MDEV.pdf

2006

 2006_PC.pdf

 2006_LDT.pdf

 2006_MDV.pdf

 2006_MDEV.pdf

2005

 2005_PC.pdf

 2005_LDT.pdf

 2005_MDV.pdf

 2005_MDEV.pdf

2004

 2004_PC.pdf

 2004_LDT.pdf

 2004_MDV.pdf

 2004_MDEV.pdf

2003

 2003_PC.pdf

 2003_LDT.pdf

 2003_MDV.pdf

 2003_MDEV.pdf

2002

2002_PC.pdf

 2002_LDT.pdf

 2002_MDV.pdf

 2002_MDEV.pdf

2001

 2001_PC.pdf

 2001_LDT.pdf

 2001_MDV.pdf

 2001_MDEV.pdf

Other Links for Finding Rule-Compliant Vehicles

Other Links for Finding Fueling Stations

For more information on the fleet rules, call the Fleet Rule Implementation Hotline at 909-396-3044 or e-mail fleetrules@aqmd.gov.

 

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