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vehicles)" immediately after "fuel or fuel additive".  

   (b) Analytical Techniques.-Section  211(b)(2)(B) of the  Clean Air

Act (42 U.S.C. 7545(2)(B)) is amended by striking "or" after "vehicle"

and  inserting in lieu thereof  a comma, and  by inserting immediately

after  "vehicle  engine,"  the  phrase:  "nonroad  engine  or  nonroad

vehicle,".

   (c) Regulation.-Section 211(c)(1) of the Clean Air  Act (42 U.S.C.

7545(c)(1)) is  amended  by striking  "or" after  "motor vehicle"  and

inserting  in lieu thereof a comma, and by inserting immediately after

"motor  vehicle  engine" a  comma followed  by  "or nonroad  engine or

nonroad vehicle".

SEC. 213. STATE FUEL REGULATION.

   (a)  In General.-Section  211(c)(4)(A)  of the  Clean Air  Act (42

U.S.C. 7545(c)(4)(A)) is amended as follows:

      (1) Strike out  "use of  a" and insert  "any characteristic  or

   component of a".

      (2) In clause (i) after "control or prohibition" insert "of the

   characteristic or component of a fuel or fuel additive".

      (3)  In  clause (ii)  after  "such"  insert "characteristic  or

   component of a".

   (b) Finding  of Necessity.-Section 211(c)(4)(C)  of the Clean  Air

Act  (42 U.S.C. 7545(c)(4)(C)) is  amended by adding  the following at

the  end:  "The  Administrator  may  find  that  a  State  control  or

prohibition is necessary to achieve that standard if no other measures

that would bring about  timely attainment exist, or if  other measures

exist and  are technically possible to implement, but are unreasonable

or impracticable.  The Administrator may  make a finding  of necessity

under this subparagraph even if the plan for the area does not contain

an approved demonstration of timely attainment.".

SEC. 214. FUEL WAIVERS.

   (a) Coverage.-Section 211(f)(1)  of the Clean Air  Act (42  U.S.C.

7545(f)(1) is amended  by inserting "(A)" immediately  after "(1)" and

by adding the following new subparagraph at the end thereof:

   "(B)  Effective upon  the date of  the enactment of  the Clean Air

Act  Amendments of 1990, it shall  be unlawful for any manufacturer of

any fuel  or fuel  additive to first  introduce into  commerce, or  to

increase the  concentration in use of,  any fuel or  fuel additive for

use by any person in motor vehicles manufactured after model year 1974

which  is not  substantially  similar to  any  fuel or  fuel  additive

utilized  in the certification of  any model year  1975, or subsequent

model year, vehicle or engine under section 206.".

   (b) Conforming Amendment.-Section  211(f)(3) of the Clean  Air Act

(42 U.S.C. 7545(f)(3)) is amended by inserting "(A)" immediately after

"(1)".

SEC. 215. MISFUELING.

   Section  211(g)  of the  Clean  Air  Act  (42  U.S.C. 7545(g))  is

amended to read as follows:

   "(g) Misfueling.-(1) No  person shall introduce, or cause or allow

the introduction of, leaded  gasoline into any motor vehicle  which is

labeled `unleaded  gasoline only,' which  is equipped with  a gasoline

tank filler inlet designed for the introduction  of unleaded gasoline,

which  is a  1990 or  later model  year motor  vehicle, or  which such

person knows or  should know is a vehicle designed  solely for the use

of unleaded gasoline.

   "(2)  Beginning  October 1,  1993,  no person  shall introduce  or

cause or allow the introduction into any  motor vehicle of diesel fuel

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