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Title 40: Protection of Environment
§1051.101 What emission standards and other requirements must my vehicles meet?
(a) You must show that your vehicles meet the following:
(1) The applicable exhaust emission standards in §1051.103, §1051.105, §1051.107, or §1051.145.
(i) For snowmobiles, see §1051.103.
(ii) For off-highway motorcycles, see §1051.105.
(iii) For all-terrain vehicles and offroad utility vehicles subject to this part, see §1051.107 and §1051.145.
(2) The evaporative emission standards in §1051.110.
(3) All the requirements in §1051.115.
(b) The certification regulations in subpart C of this part describe how you make this showing.
(c) These standards and requirements apply to all testing, including certification, production-line, and in-use testing.
(d) Other sections in this subpart describe other requirements for manufacturers such as labeling or warranty requirements.
(e) It is important that you read §1051.145 to determine if there are other interim requirements or interim compliance options that apply for a limited time.
(f) As described in §1051.1(a)(4), offroad utility vehicles that are subject to this part are subject to the same requirements as ATVs.
[67 FR 68347, Nov. 8, 2002, as amended at 70 FR 40487, July 13, 2005]