Government Fleet Emission Testing Requirements

Gateway Vehicle Inspection ProgramThe Missouri Department of Revenue does not maintain a motor vehicle database of information for government fleet vehicles. Local, state and federal government fleet managers in St. Louis City and St. Louis, St. Charles, Jefferson and Franklin counties must provide the Missouri Department of Natural Resources’ contractor, Worldwide Environmental Products Inc., with a yearly list of the vehicles operated by government agencies that need emissions tests. The form to use, and the contractor information regarding where it must be sent by Feb. 1 of every even/odd calendar year, is available here You should save a copy of the form to use when updating previously submitted even/odd model year fleet vehicle information each even/odd calendar year to Worldwide Environmental Products Inc.

The Revised Statutes of Missouri, 643.315 require all vehicles domiciled, registered, or primarily operating in the five county ozone non-attainment region, except for the exemptions noted, to document emission inspection compliance on a biennial schedule unless a title transfer is occurring. Missouri Code of State Regulations 10 CSR 10-5.381(1)(A) further defines those vehicles subject to the emission inspection requirements, with 10 CSR 10-5.381(1)(B) defining those that are exempted. Government fleet vehicles are subject to the same testing requirements as privately owned vehicles. Even/odd model year vehicles are required to document emission inspection compliance in even/odd calendar years. Government agencies must keep their fleet vehicles in compliance with this state rule.

Questions regarding your fleets obligations may be directed to Worldwide Environmental Products Inc. at 877-832-7664 or the department's Air Pollution Control Inspection Maintenance Section at 314-416-2115.

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