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Dealer Certification For Emission Control

Price: Form no longer necessary
Item Number: 20
6/19/2014: Auto dealers no longer have to fill out a form certifying that a new vehicle complies with the Clean Air Act prior to the sale. H.R. 724, which was supported by the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA), was signed into law by the president. The bill eliminates the federal mandate passed in 1977. 

The EPA Emission Certificate confirms that a vehicle's emission control systems have been properly installed and inspected. The dealer must furnish the purchaser with this certificate (WATDA Form #20) at the time of delivery of any new vehicle 16,000 GVW or less. The Emission Certificate is required by the Federal Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C. 7541) section 207 for the sale of all new vehicles. It is not required for the sale of used vehicles. It is intended to protect the dealership if the customer has future problems with the vehicle's emission control devices. Before completing the Emission Certificate, the dealer should perform a visual inspection of the vehicle to ensure that all emission-related components have been installed properly.
  • 8-1/2" x 11-3/4"
  • 2-part carbonless
  • Printed in blue ink
  • 100/pack