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         "(i) in a vehicle  class for which standards are  applicable

      under this part; and

         "(ii)  in a  covered fleet  which  is  centrally fueled  (or

      capable of being centrally fueled).

   No vehicle which  under normal operations is garaged at a personal

   residence  at night shall  be considered to be  a vehicle which is

   capable  of  being centrally  fueled  within the  meaning of  this

   paragraph.

      "(7) Clean-fuel vehicle.-The term  `clean-fuel vehicle' means a

   vehicle  in  a  class  or  category  of  vehicles  which  has been

   certified  to meet  for  any  model year  the  clean-fuel  vehicle

   standards  applicable  under  this part  for  that  model year  to

   clean-fuel vehicles in that class or category.

"SEC. 242. REQUIREMENTS APPLICABLE TO CLEAN FUEL VEHICLES.

   "(a) Promulgation  of Standards.-Not  later than  24 months  after

the  enactment  of  the   Clean  Air  Act  Amendments  of   1990,  the

Administrator  shall promulgate regulations under this part containing

clean-fuel vehicle standards for  the clean-fuel vehicles specified in

this part.

   "(b) Other Requirements.-Clean-fuel  vehicles of up to  8,500 gvwr

subject to  standards set  forth in  this part  shall comply with  all

motor  vehicle  requirements  of  this  title  (such  as  requirements

relating to  on-board diagnostics, evaporative emissions,  etc.) which

are applicable  to conventional  gasoline-fueled vehicles of  the same

category and model year, except as

provided   in  section   244  with   respect  to   administration  and

enforcement,  and except to the extent that any such requirement is in

conflict  with the  provisions of  this  part. Clean-fuel  vehicles of

8,500 gvwr  or greater  subject to  standards set  forth in  this part

shall  comply with all requirements of this title which are applicable

in the case of conventional gasoline-fueled or  diesel fueled vehicles

of the same category and model year, except as provided in section 244

with respect  to administration  and enforcement,  and  except to  the

extent that any such requirement is in conflict with the provisions of

this part.

   "(c)  In-use   Useful  Life  and  Testing.-(1)   In  the  case  of

light-duty  vehicles and light-duty trucks  up to 6,000  lbs gvwr, the

useful life  for purposes  of determining  in-use compliance with  the

standards under section 243 shall be-

      "(A) a  period of 5 years  or 50,000 miles  (or the equivalent)

   whichever first occurs, in  the case  of standards applicable  for

   purposes of certification at 50,000 miles; and

      "(B) a period of 10 years or 100,000 miles (or the  equivalent)

   whichever  first occurs,  in the case  of standards applicable for

   purposes of  certification at  100,000 miles,  except that  in-use

   testing shall not  be done for a  period beyond 7 years  or 75,000

   miles (or the equivalent) whichever first occurs.

   "(2) In  the case  of  light-duty trucks  of more  than 6,000  lbs

gvwr,  the useful life  for purposes of  determining in-use compliance

with the standards under section 243 shall be-

      "(A) a  period of 5 years  or 50,000 miles  (or the equivalent)

   whichever first  occurs in  the case of  standards applicable  for

   purposes of certification at 50,000 miles; and

      "(B) a period of 11 years or 120,000 miles (or the  equivalent)

   whichever first occurs  in the  case of  standards applicable  for

   purposes of  certification at  120,000 miles,  except that  in-use

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