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DERA Heavy-Duty Truck Voucher Program

Truck Replacement

    • Not be a glider kit.

    • Have less than 300,000 miles on the odometer if the replacement truck is used.

    • Be purchased through a certified dealership that is currently contracted with the District.

    • Commit the subsequent three (3) years after the purchase of the replacement truck to at least seventy five percent (75%) California operation and at least fifty percent (50%) operation within the District boundaries (page 12).

    • Be of similar type and perform similar functions as the old truck.

  • The Applicant must:

  • Do business as a small business at time of application as defined by the state of California. To be considered a small business, the business must be independently owned and operated, not dominant in its field of business, have its principle office located in California, have fewer than 100 employees and have an annual gross receipt of $14 million or less or as defined by the California Code of Regulation (CCR) for the current year. See page 11 of this document for the definition of a small business as defined by the state of California.

  • Have a fleet greater than 3 trucks. When determining fleet size, all trucks which are greater than 14,000 pounds GVWR and under common ownership and control must be considered.

  • Submit a completed application through a certified dealership for the program.

  • Remain the owner of the replacement truck for the life of the project.

    • If, during the life of the project, the truck needs to be sold, the District must approve the truck ownership change prior to its sale. The new owner of the truck must be willing to assume the Program obligations with the District and comply with the terms and conditions outlined in the Program guidelines.

  • Maintain replacement value insurance for the replacement truck through the full term of the agreement.

  • Submit a copy of Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification Form W-9 (Form W-9).

  • Demonstrate proof of equipment warranty on the replacement truck.

  • Submit annual reports to the District through the full term of the agreement as well as comply with recordkeeping and audit requirements.

    • Current truck registration and insurance documentation must be kept.

  • Surrender the old truck to the dealership for scrapping with a participating dismantler contracted with the District.

    • The engine block and frame of the current truck must be physically destroyed in such a manner to eliminate the possibility of future operation. Engine blocks shall be punctured and the truck frame rails shall be dismantled, cut and/or demolished to render the truck permanently useless.

  • Agree to allow the District or its representative(s) to inspect the replacement truck upon request any time for the duration of the project life. Eligibility Criteria and Application Guidelines Page 4 of 14

Approved July 3, 2008

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