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   90,000 miles (or the equivalent) whichever first occurs.".

SEC. 211. INFORMATION COLLECTION.  

   Section 208 of  the Clean Air Act  (42 U.S.C. 7542) is  amended to

read as follows:

"SEC. 208. INFORMATION COLLECTION.

   "(a)  Manufacturer's  Responsibility.-Every  manufacturer  of  new

motor vehicles or new motor vehicle engines, and every manufacturer of

new motor vehicle  or engine  parts or components,  and other  persons

subject to the requirements  of this part  or part C, shall  establish

and  maintain  records,  perform  tests  where  such  testing  is  not

otherwise reasonably available under this  part and part C  (including

fees  for   testing),  make   reports  and  provide   information  the

Administrator  may   reasonably  require  to  determine   whether  the

manufacturer or other person has acted or is acting in compliance with

this part and part C and regulations thereunder, or to otherwise carry

out the provision of this part and part C,  and shall, upon request of

an  officer or employee  duly designated by  the Administrator, permit

such officer or  employee at reasonable  times to  have access to  and

copy such records.  

   "(b)  Enforcement Authority.-For  the purposes  of enforcement  of

this   section,  officers   or  employees   duly  designated   by  the

Administrator upon presenting appropriate credentials are authorized-

      "(1) to enter,  at reasonable times,  any establishment of  the

   manufacturer, or of  any person  whom the manufacturer  engages to

   perform any activity  required by subsection (a), for the purposes

   of  inspecting or  observing any  activity  conducted pursuant  to

   subsection (a), and  

      "(2)  to inspect records,  files, papers,  processes, controls,

   and  facilities  used  in  performing  any  activity  required  by

   subsection  (a), by  such manufacturer or  by any  person whom the

   manufacturer engages to perform any such activity.  

   "(c)  Availability  to  the  Public;  Trade  Secrets.-Any records,

reports,  or information obtained  under this part or  part C shall be

available  to the public, except  that upon a  showing satisfactory to

the Administrator by any person that records, reports, or information,

or a particular portion  thereof (other than emission data),  to which

the Administrator has access under this section, if made public, would

divulge methods  or processes entitled to protection  as trade secrets

of that person, the  Administrator shall consider the record,  report,

or  information  or   particular  portion   thereof  confidential   in

accordance with the purposes of section 1905 of title 18 of the United

States Code. Any authorized  representative of the Administrator shall

be considered an employee of the United States for purposes of section

1905 of  title 18 of the  United States Code. Nothing  in this section

shall prohibit  the Administrator or authorized  representative of the

Administrator from disclosing records, reports or information to other

officers, employees or authorized representatives of the United States

concerned  with  carrying  out  this  Act  or  when  relevant  in  any

proceeding under this Act. Nothing in this section shall authorize the

withholding  of  information by  the Administrator  or any  officer or

employee under  the Administrator's  control from the  duly authorized

committees of the Congress.".

SEC. 212. NONROAD FUELS.

   (a) Fuels and  Fuel Additives.-Section 211(a) of the Clean Air Act

(42  U.S.C. 7545(a)) is amended  by inserting "(including  any fuel or

fuel  additive   used  exclusively  in  nonroad   engines  or  nonroad

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