How much financial assistance is available to restore a tampered diesel truck?
The amount of financial assistance toward the restoration of a tampered diesel truck depends on the applicant's household income compared to 200% of the Federal Poverty Level.
Those who fall at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level qualify for 100% of the restoration cost, up to $6,000.
Those above 200% of the Federal Poverty Level qualify for 75% of the restoration cost, up to $5,000.
|Dependents*:||200% of the Federal Poverty Level|
|Each Additional Dependent:||+$10,280|
*Each household member counts as a dependent. For example, a household with two parents and two children has 4 (four) dependents.
What are the qualifications?
Vehicle Owner Qualifications
The vehicle owner must ...
- Reside in one of the Clean Air Act non-attainment areas on the Wasatch Front (Includes Cache, Box Elder, Weber, Davis, Salt Lake, Tooele, and Utah counties.)
- Provide proof of ownership and prove the truck was owned by him/her before June 2023
- Identify the known or suspected emission control device(s) missing from the truck, and/or the known or suspected defeat parts installed in the truck
- Have not received assistance under this program for any other tampered truck
The vehicle must ...
- Be a model year 2005 or newer diesel truck
- Be licensed in Utah
- Have a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) of 14,000 lbs. or less
- Have a tampered emission system
- Missing one or more emission control device, and/or
- Containing defeat parts that bypass, defeat, or render the emission control device or design inoperative