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Mobile Sources: What you need to know

Governing Law and Regulations

Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990, 42 USC 7401 to 7671

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Vehicle inspection and maintenance programs: 40 CFR 51.350 to 51.373

Automobile emissions standards: 40 CFR 80, 40 CFR 85, and 40 CFR 86

Heavy-duty vehicle emissions standards: 40 CFR 80, 40 CFR 85, 40 CFR 86, 40 CFR 600, 40 CFR 1036, 40 CFR 1037, 40 CFR 1039, 49 CFR 523, 49 CFR 534, and 49 CFR 535

Nonroad engine standards:

Diesel (compression ignition) engines: 40 CFR 89.1 to 89.1009, 40 CFR 1039, and 40 CFR 1060

Gasoline (spark ignition) engines: 40 CFR 90.1 to 90.1207, 40 CFR 1054.1 to 1054.825, 40 CFR 1048.1 to 1048.820, and 40 CFR 1060

Marine engines: 40 CFR 91.1 to 91.1310, 40 CFR 94.1 to 94.1108, 40 CFR 1042.1 to 1042.925, 40 CFR 1045.1 to 1045.825, and 40 CFR 1060

Locomotives: 40 CFR 92.1 to 92.1108 and 40 CFR 1033.1 to 1033.920

Aviation equipment: 40 CFR 87.1 to 87.89

Recreational engines and vehicles: 40 CFR 1051.1 to 1051.825 and 40 CFR 1060

Ocean vessels: 40 CFR 94 and 40 CFR 1043

Fuels:

Gasoline volatility: 40 CFR 80.27

Reformulated gasoline (RFG): 40 CFR 80.40 to 80.87

Sulfur standards for fuels: 40 CFR 80.190 to 80.620, 40 CFR 80.1600 to 80.1667, and 40 CFR 1039

Air toxics: 40 CFR 80.810 to 80.1045 and 40 CFR 80.1220 to 80.1363

Renewable fuels: 40 CFR 80.1100 to 80.1167 and 40 CFR 80.1400 to 80.1468

Regulatory Agencies

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Office of Air and Radiation Office of Transportation and Air Quality (OTAQ)

U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)

See ADDRESSES & CONTACTS for addresses and telephone numbers.

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