Current through Register Vol.. 38, No. 17, April 11, 2022
In order to qualify for financial
assistance, a person shall meet the following requirements, as applicable:
1. Be the registered owner of an eligible
vehicle for which all appropriate registration fees for the vehicle with the
Department of Motor Vehicles have been paid.
2. Have a household income that is less than
or equal to 133% of the federal Poverty Guidelines, as published by the United
States Department of Health and Human Services; and
Spend a minimum copayment of one hundred
dollars on emissions-related repairs at a certified vehicle emissions repair
facility. Money spent to correct tampered emissions control systems or to make
a vehicle test ready shall not be included in the copayment. Repairs shall meet
the requirements of
In order to qualify for
financial assistance, a vehicle shall be an affected motor vehicle that:
1. Is subject to the provisions of §
46.2-1177 of the Code of Virginia;
2. Can be driven under its own power to the
emissions repair facility;
currently registered or is operated primarily in the program area;
4. Has a current and valid Virginia Motor
Vehicle Safety Inspection as provided in §§ 46.2-1157 and 46.2-1158
of the Code of Virginia; and
been issued a notice of violation under
The owners of the following
vehicles are not eligible for financial assistance:
1. A vehicle undergoing a transfer of
2. A vehicle being
initially registered in Virginia.
3. A nonconforming vehicle.
4. A vehicle powered exclusively by a clean
5. A vehicle owned or
operated by a fleet.
6. A vehicle
registered to a nonprofit organization.
7. A vehicle owned or leased by a commercial
8. A vehicle owned or
leased by a government entity.
vehicle registered as an antique vehicle.
A vehicle that is unable to complete a
motor vehicle emissions inspection according to