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25 Pa. Code § 126.424. In-use motor vehicle enforcement testing.

§ 126.424. In-use motor vehicle enforcement testing.

 (a)  For purposes of detection and repair of motor vehicles subject to the Pennsylvania Clean Vehicles Program requirements which fail to meet the motor vehicle emission requirements of Title 13 CCR, Division 3, Chapter 1, the Department may, after consultation with CARB, conduct in-use vehicle enforcement testing in accordance with the protocol and testing procedures in Title 13 CCR, Division 3, Chapter 2.

 (b)  For purposes of compliance with subsection (a), in-use vehicle enforcement testing determinations and findings made by CARB are applicable and shall be provided by motor vehicle manufacturers to the Department upon a written request.

 (c)  The results of testing conducted under this section will not affect the result of any emission test conducted under 67 Pa. Code Chapter 177 (relating to emission inspection program).


   The provisions of this §  126.424 amended December 8, 2006, effective December 9, 2006, 36 Pa.B. 7424. Immediately preceding text appears at serial pages (250848) and (288285).

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