Subpart 248-5: Vehicle And Equipment Labeling Requirements
(Statutory authority: Environmental Conservation Law §§1-0101, 3-0301, 19-0103, 19-0105, 19-0301, 19-0303, 19-0305, 19-0323, 71-2103, and 71-2105)
[Filed 6/30/09, Effective 30 days after filing. Adoption filed 1/10/13. Effective 30 days after filing.]
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§248-5.1 Vehicle and equipment labeling requirements
(a) For each covered vehicle that has BART installed or that received a waiver pursuant to section 248-4.1(b) and 248-4.1(c) of this Part, a label shall be affixed to the vehicle in plain view in the form of a legible and durable label. Each label shall contain the following information:
(1) For those vehicles that have BART installed:
(i) name of the BART regulated entity or contractor whose vehicle received BART;
(ii) vehicle identification number (if appropriate) and engine serial number;
(iii) specific BART product name installed on the vehicle;
(iv) date of installation of the BART product;
(v) PM reduction classification level number;
(vi) vehicle or engine model year;
(vii) name of the engine manufacturer, family and series;
(viii) engine horsepower; and
(ix) if CARB verified technology, the CARB designated diesel emission control strategy family name;
(2) For those vehicles that have received a waiver pursuant to section 248-4.1(b) and 248-4.1(c) of this Part:
(i) name of the BART regulated entity or contractor receiving the waiver;
(ii) date waiver issued;
(iii) vehicle identification number (if appropriate) and engine serial number;
(iv) vehicle or engine model year; and
(v) name of the engine manufacturer;
In lieu of a waiver label, a copy of the department issued waiver can be kept with the vehicle.
(3) the label shall be maintained in a manner that retains its legibility for the entire life of the vehicle.
(b) For each vehicle that has BART installed, a label shall be placed on/near the fuel fill line of such vehicle stating "use ULSD fuel only" unless the selected BART does not require the use of ULSD.