Texas Health and Safety Code
Sec. § 394.003
Qualifying Vehicles


(a)

A vehicle is a qualifying vehicle that may be considered for a grant under the program if during the eligibility period established by the commission the entity:

(1)

purchased, leased, or otherwise commercially financed the vehicle as a new on-road heavy-duty or medium-duty motor vehicle that:

(A)

is a natural gas vehicle;

(B)

is certified to the appropriate current federal emissions standards as determined by the commission; and

(C)

replaces an on-road heavy-duty or medium-duty motor vehicle of the same weight classification and use; or

(2)

repowered the on-road motor vehicle to a natural gas vehicle powered by a natural gas engine that is certified to the appropriate current federal emissions standards as determined by the commission.

(b)

A heavy-duty or medium-duty motor vehicle is not a qualifying vehicle if the vehicle or the natural gas engine powering the vehicle:

(1)

has been awarded a grant under this chapter for a previous reporting period; or

(2)

has received a similar grant or tax credit in another jurisdiction if that grant or tax credit program is relied on for credit in the state implementation plan.
Added by Acts 2011, 82nd Leg., R.S., Ch. 892 (S.B. 385), Sec. 3, eff. September 1, 2011.
Amended by:
Acts 2017, 85th Leg., R.S., Ch. 755 (S.B. 1731), Sec. 8(p-1), eff. August 30, 2017.
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