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Title 40Chapter ISubchapter CPart 88Subpart C → §88.302-93


Title 40: Protection of Environment
PART 88—CLEAN-FUEL VEHICLES
Subpart C—Clean-Fuel Fleet Program


§88.302-93   Definitions.

The definitions in 40 CFR part 86 of this chapter also apply to this subpart. The definitions in this section apply to this subpart.

Combination heavy-duty vehicle means a vehicle with a GVWR greater than 8,500 pounds (3,900 kilograms) which is comprised of a truck-tractor and one or more pieces of trailered equipment. The truck-tractor is a self-propelled motor vehicle built on one chassis which encompasses the engine, passenger compartment, and a means of coupling to a cargo carrying trailer(s). The truck-tractor itself is not designed to carry cargo.

Inherently Low-Emission Vehicle means any LDV or LDT conforming to the applicable Inherently Low-Emission Vehicle standard, or any HDV with an engine conforming to the applicable Inherently Low-Emission Vehicle standard. No dual-fuel or flexible-fuel vehicles shall be considered Inherently Low-Emission Vehicles unless they are certified to the applicable standard(s) on all fuel types for which they are designed to operate.

Partially-Covered Fleet pertains to a vehicle fleet in a covered area which contains both covered fleet vehicles and non-covered fleet vehicles, i.e., exempt from covered fleet purchase requirements.

Single-unit heavy-duty vehicle means a self-propelled motor vehicle with a GVWR greater than 8,500 pounds (3,900 kilograms) built on one chassis which encompasses the engine, passenger compartment, and cargo carrying function, and not coupled to trailered equipment. All buses, whether or not they are articulated, are considered single-unit vehicles.

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