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Letter Of Response (Government Fleet Smog Check Program)

Government agencies that own and/or operate vehicles in California are subject to Smog Check Program requirements. The law requires that every vehicle affected by program requirements be smog tested and the results reported to the Bureau of Automotive Repair (BAR). Every government agency shall assign an employee, of management level, as Responsible Managing Employee (RME) to oversee the performance of the agency's vehicle smog testing activities. A new Letter of Response should be submitted to BAR for any changes in Agency Name or Department, RME, phone numbers, address change, status of vehicle ownership or fleet size.


* Required Entries      [Instructions]      [Fleets Home Page]

BAR File #: *
Agency Name: *
Department: *
Division/Unit:
RME Title:
CTP Contact Title:
RME First Name: *
CTP Contact First Name:
RME Last Name: *
CTP Contact Last Name:
Phone: *
EXT:
CTP Phone:
EXT:
Email: *
CTP Email:
Physical Address:
Address: *
Addr-2:
City: *
ZIP: *
Mailing Address:
Address: *
Addr-2:
City: *
ZIP: *
This agency owns and/or operates vehicles subject to the Smog Check Program. The affected vehicles obtain a smog check through one of the following methods (select one):




This agency does not currently own any vehicles subject to the Smog Check Program.

* Total number of agency vehicles subject to Smog Check requirements:

Include:
  • Both odd and even VIN vehicles
  • Gasoline, CNG, LPG and LNG fueled vehicles 1976 and newer
  • Diesel fueled vehicles 1998 and newer with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of 14,000 or less.
  • Hybrid and plug in hybrid vehicles
Exclude:
  • Diesels, CNG, LPG, and LNG fueled vehicles over 14,000 GVWR
  • Vehicles powered exclusively by electricity
  • Motorcycles
I declare under penalty of perjury that I have read and understood the above information and the statements I have made are true and correct.