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      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

      vehicles".

         (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

   C.".

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

   part.

      "(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

   gasoline.

      "(4)  Base gasoline.-The  term `base  gasoline'  means gasoline

   which meets the following specifications:

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