after "complied with" insert "(i)".
(4) At the end of paragraph (4)(B) insert "or the
corresponding requirements of part C in the case of clean fuel
(5) In paragraph (4)(C) insert after "207" the following:
"and the corresponding requirements of part C in the case of
clean fuel vehicles".
(6) In paragraph (4)(D) insert "or the corresponding
requirements of part C in the case of clean fuel vehicles"
before "with respect to any vehicle".
(7) Strike the period at the end of paragraph (4) and insert
"; or" and add the following new paragraph after paragraph (4):
"(5) for any person to violate section 218, 219, or part C of
this title or any regulations under section 218, 219, or part
SEC. 229. CLEAN-FUEL VEHICLES.
(a) Amendment to Title II.-Title II of the Clean Air Act is
amended by adding the following new part after part B:
"PART C-CLEAN FUEL VEHICLES
"SEC. 241. DEFINITIONS.
"For purposes of this part-
"(1) Terms defined in part a.-The definitions applicable to
part A under section 216 shall also apply for purposes of this
"(2) Clean alternative fuel.-The term `clean alternative fuel'
means any fuel (including methanol, ethanol, or other alcohols
(including any mixture thereof containing 85 percent or more by
volume of such alcohol with gasoline or other fuels),
reformulated gasoline, diesel, natural gas, liquefied petroleum
gas, and hydrogen) or power source (including electricity) used
in a clean-fuel vehicle that complies with the standards and
requirements applicable to such vehicle under this title when
using such fuel or power source. In the case of any flexible fuel
vehicle or dual fuel vehicle, the term `clean alternative fuel'
means only a fuel with respect to which such vehicle was
certified as a clean-fuel vehicle meeting the standards
applicable to clean-fuel vehicles under section 243(d)(2) when
operating on clean alternative fuel (or any CARB standards which
replaces such standards pursuant to section 243(e)).
"(3) NMOG.-The term nonmethane organic gas (`NMOG') means the
sum of nonoxygenated and oxygenated hydrocarbons contained in a
gas sample, including, at a minimum, all oxygenated organic gases
containing 5 or fewer carbon atoms (i.e., aldehydes, ketones,
alcohols, ethers, etc.), and all known alkanes, alkenes, alkynes,
and aromatics containing 12 or fewer carbon atoms. To demonstrate
compliance with a NMOG standard, NMOG emissions shall be measured
in accordance with the `California Non-Methane Organic Gas Test
Procedures'. In the case of vehicles using fuels other than base
gasoline, the level of NMOG emissions shall be adjusted based on
the reactivity of the emissions relative to vehicles using base
"(4) Base gasoline.-The term `base gasoline' means gasoline
which meets the following specifications: