penalties shall be assessed per unit in accordance with Table 2. Failure to pay renewal fees prior to expiration shall result in cancellation of the registration. If a registration has expired for an engine or equipment unit that is eligible for reinstatement, a canceled registration may be reinstated after payment of all renewal and penalty fees. Registration shall be reissued under the original registration number and expiration date. A portable engine or equipment unit without valid registration is subject to the rules and regulations of the district in which it operates.
-(i) (No Change)
Portable engines applying for initial registration subject to section 2456(k)(1) shall
use the Table 3 fee schedule. The fees collected subject to this section 2461(j) shall be distributed to the districts, except that $270 dollars per engine for initial registration, and an additional $80 dollars per engine shall be retained by the Air Resources Board to provide for administrative costs. The fees shall be determined as follows:
(1) For Tier 1 engines (as defined in section 2452(rr), registration fees will be based on the following using Table 3 below:
Where date of purchase can be verified by the Executive Officer, the earlier of:
≥50 bhp and <100 bhp: Date of purchase or the year 2004;
≥100 bhp and <300 bhp: Date of purchase or the year 2003;
≥300 bhp and <600 bhp: Date of purchase or the year 2001;
≥600 bhp and ≤750 bhp: Date of purchase or the year 2002;
>750 bhp: Date of purchase or the year 2006.
Where the date of purchase can not be verified, the date of manufacture shall be
(2) For Tier 2 engines (as defined in section 2452(ss), registration fees will be based on the year the engine was purchased (as verified by the executive officer) or the year the engine was manufactured (if purchase date is not available).
Table 2 Fees for Statewide Registration Program (No Change)
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