Administrator shall promulgate regulations establishing a
voluntary opt-in program under this subsection pursuant to which-
"(A) clean-fuel vehicles which are required to be produced,
sold, and distributed in the State of California under this
"(B) clean alternative fuels required to be produced and
distributed under this section by fuel suppliers and made
available in California
may also be sold and used in other States which submit plan
revisions under paragraph (2).
"(2) Plan revisions.-Any State in which there is located all or
part of an ozone nonattainment area classified under subpart D of
title I as Serious, Severe, or Extreme may submit a revision of
the applicable implementation plan under part D of title I and
section 110 to provide incentives for the sale or use in such an
area or State of clean-fuel vehicles which are required to be
produced, sold, and distributed in the State of California, and
for the use in such an area or State of clean alternative fuels
required to be produced and distributed by fuel suppliers and
made available in California. Such plan provisions shall not take
effect until 1 year after the State has provided notice of such
provisions to motor vehicle manufacturers and to fuel suppliers.
"(3) Incentives.-The incentives referred to in paragraph (2)
may include any or all of the following:
"(A) A State registration fee on new motor vehicles
registered in the State which are not clean-fuel vehicles in
the amount of at least 1 percent of the cost of the vehicle.
The proceeds of such fee shall be used to provide financial
incentives to purchasers of clean-fuel vehicles and to vehicle
dealers who sell high volumes or high percentages of clean-fuel
vehicles and to defray the administrative costs of the
"(B) Provisions to exempt clean-fuel vehicles from high
occupancy vehicle or trip reduction requirements.
"(C) Provisions to provide preference in the use of existing
parking spaces for clean-fuel vehicles.
The incentives under this paragraph shall not apply in the case
of covered fleet vehicles.
"(4) No sales or production mandate.-The regulations and plan
revisions under paragraphs (1) and (2) shall not include any
production or sales mandate for clean-fuel vehicles or clean
alternative fuels. Such regulations and plan revisions shall also
provide that vehicle manufacturers and fuel suppliers may not be
subject to penalties or sanctions for failing to produce or sell
clean-fuel vehicles or clean alternative fuels.
"SEC. 250. GENERAL PROVISIONS.
"(a) State Refueling Facilities.-If any State adopts enforceable
provisions in an implementation plan applicable to a nonattainment
area which provides that existing State refueling facilities will be
made available to the public for the purchase of clean alternative
fuels or that State-operated refueling facilities for such fuels will
be constructed and operated by the State and made available to the
public at reasonable times, taking into consideration safety, costs,
and other relevant factors, in approving such plan under section 110
and part D, the Administrator may credit a State with the emission