- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 46. Water, Air, Energy, and Environmental Conservation
- Chapter 14. Air Quality Control
- Section 510. Motor Vehicle Pollution.
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AS 46.14.510. Motor Vehicle Pollution.
- (a) When the department determines that the state of knowledge and technology may allow or make appropriate the control of
emissions from motor vehicles to further air quality control, the department may provide, by regulation, for the
control of the emissions from motor vehicles. The regulations may prescribe requirements for the installation and use
of equipment designed to reduce or eliminate emissions and for the proper maintenance of this equipment.
- (b) Unless otherwise exempted by law, a person shall maintain in operating condition any element of the air pollution
control system or mechanism of a motor vehicle that the department, by regulation, requires to be maintained in or on
the motor vehicle.
- (c) The department shall consult with the Department of Administration regarding implementation of the motor vehicle
pollution control program. The Department of Administration shall cooperate with the department in implementing the
program. As a part of a motor vehicle pollution control program, the department or a municipality that enforces a motor
vehicle pollution control program may determine if a vehicle is properly registered as required by law.
- (d) If the department adopts regulations requiring the maintenance of air pollution control systems or mechanisms in motor
vehicles to control emissions from the vehicle, a motor vehicle subject to those regulations may not be issued a
certificate of inspection unless the required air pollution control system or mechanism has been inspected in
accordance with the standards, testing techniques, and instructions furnished by the department and the motor vehicle
has been found to meet those standards. A valid certificate of inspection for the emission control system, if required
by the department, must be presented to the Department of Administration before that department may register a motor
- (e) If the department adopts regulations requiring emissions inspection for a motor vehicle, the department may not
require the vehicle be inspected more than once every two years.
- (f) A person who fails to display an emissions inspection decal as required by law is guilty of a violation and, upon
conviction, shall be fined an amount not to exceed $500. It is the intent of the legislature that money collected under
this subsection be appropriated to control pollution from motor vehicle emissions.
- (g) In addition to the emission control inspection program fee imposed under AS 28.10.423
, the department or a municipality may impose a fee upon a vehicle required to be inspected under a motor vehicle
emission control program established under this chapter, but the fee may not exceed the actual costs of the department
or the municipality in administering
- (1) the motor vehicle emission control inspection program; and
- (2) the related ambient air monitoring program.
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