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URGENT ALERT: Truck And Bus Regulation Reporting System Available For 2016 Reporting

Friday, January 22, 2016   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Dave Murillo
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The Truck and Bus regulation reporting system has been updated for fleets to select/re-select their 2016 options.  January 1 of every compliance year, fleet owners that use flexibility options in the regulation must identify which vehicles will use a particular extension and provide any additional information as required.  We encourage fleets to report early, before the January 31, 2016 reporting deadline.  The Online User Guide has also been updated and is available at:


Who Needs to Report for 2016?

• Vehicle owners that have already reported must update vehicle and owner information as it changes.

• Vehicle owners that want to continue using a flexibility option or wish to opt-in to one of the limited flexibility options available must report by January 31, 2016.

• Vehicle owners using mileage-based extensions must report the vehicle’s January 1st odometer reading by January 31, 2016.


Your account information can be accessed online at:


Forgot Password?

To recover your lost password, visit

. You will need your username, email address associated with the account, and the last name of the account contact to recover the password.  Please note that your TRUCRS ID number IS NOT your username or password.


Change of Contact Information

If you would like to change the name, email address, or phone number used to verify the password for your TRUCRS account, please completed the form at

and email it to



The regulation requires diesel trucks and buses that operate in California to be upgraded to reduce emissions.  Newer heavier trucks and buses must meet PM filter requirements beginning January 1, 2012.  Lighter and older heavier trucks must be replaced starting January 1, 2015.  By January 1, 2023, nearly all trucks and buses will need to have 2010 model year engines or equivalent.


The regulation applies to nearly all privately and federally owned diesel fueled trucks and buses and to privately and publicly owned school buses with a gross vehicle weight rating

(GVWR) greater than 14,000 pounds.  This regulation does not apply to drayage trucks that transport marine containers.  The regulation provides a variety of flexibility options tailored to fleets operating in cleaner rural areas, low-use vehicles, certain vocational trucks, and small fleets of three or fewer trucks.  Some options are no longer available if you did not claim to use them as required. 


If you need help with reporting after reading the Online User Guide and the factsheets available at , please call or email the Diesel Hotline at 866-6DIESEL (866-634-3735) or or visit for additional information .

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