If your vehicle’s clean idle sticker is lost or damaged, you can replace it at a local vehicle inspection station. To do so, you will need to provide the following: your vehicle’s registration card, the old clean idle sticker (if available), and payment for the replacement sticker.
How To Get A Replacement Clean Idle Sticker
It is possible to get a replacement clean idle sticker from the EPA. The process for doing so, however, can be complicated. The first step is to identify the specific VIN of the vehicle that is registered with the EPA’s Clean Idle Program. This number can be found on the vehicle registration or title document. Once the VIN has been identified, the next step is to contact the EPA’s Vehicle and Engine Emissions Control Division (VEECD) and provide the VIN. The
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- If you are unable to find a replacement
- Go to a local dealership and ask for a replacement clean idle sticker
- If the dealer does not have any replacements, they will be able to direct you to where you can get one
below -If your car’s emissions test results show that your engine has a clean idle, you will be issued a replacement sticker to display in the lower left corner of your windshield. -If you have lost or damaged your clean idle sticker, you can obtain a replacement from your local emissions testing facility. -To receive a replacement sticker, you will need to present proof of engine compliance, such as a recent emissions test report or the original sticker itself.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is Verified Clean Aps?
Verified clean APS is a term used to describe a power supply that has been tested and found to meet specific standards for noise and ripple. This type of power supply is considered to be reliable and suitable for use in sensitive electronic equipment.
What States Require A Clean Idle Sticker?
As of January 2019, 18 states require a clean idle sticker. The states are: Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Kentucky, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma and Texas.
What Does The Certified Clean Idle Sticker Mean?
A “Certified Clean Idle” sticker means that a vehicle has been inspected and meets the requirements of the California Air Resources Board’s (CARB) “Certified Clean Idle” program. The program requires that a certain percentage of vehicles in a given fleet be emission-free when idling, and the sticker is an indication that a particular vehicle meets that standard.
If you lose your clean idle sticker, you can get a replacement from your local emissions testing facility.