Where is the emission label located?
Motor vehicles have an emission label located under the hood or in the engine compartment.
How do I find my emissions number?
Your vehicle’s EFN is located under your hood on the Vehicle Emissions Control Information (VECI) label. Depending on your make and model, the VECI label can be mounted in several possible locations. Typically, the label can be found on the actual underside of the hood or on the fender well.
What if there is no federal emissions label?
If your vehicle is missing the emission label you may be able to order a new one from your United States dealer or you can contact the manufacturer directly for the test group number for your particular vehicle.
What is emission label?
An emissions label is the primary means used by EPA to have manufacturers demonstrate that their non-road engines meet emission requirements (or are exempt from them). Increasingly, EPA has looked to emissions labels as an initial basis for enforcement actions at the border.
What is a vehicle label?
The Monroney sticker or window sticker is a label required in the United States to be displayed in all new automobiles and includes the listing of certain official information about the car.
What year vehicles need emissions in California?
Gasoline-powered vehicles, hybrid vehicles, and alternative-fuel vehicles that are model-year 1976 and newer require a Smog Check, with the following exceptions: Eight model years and newer do not require a biennial Smog Check. Four model years and newer do not require a change-of-ownership Smog Check.
How do I know if my truck is CARB compliant?
Trucks must have an engine year of 2007 or newer, and then by 1/1/2023, all trucks must have an engine year of 2010 or newer. If your truck fits these parameters, you should have no trouble registering with CARB.
Where is the EPA sticker located?
Both EPA and DOT labels are required by U.S. Customs to prove that the POVs meets the applicable Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards (FMVSS). EPA Sticker is normally located in the engine compartment of your vehicle.
What is an emission label?
Is my car EPA compliant?
Go to the Search page of EPA’s Transportation and Air Quality Document Index System. Choose “Certificates of Conformity” for Compliance Document Type. Choose the industry (e.g., “Light-duty Vehicles and Trucks” for passenger cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs). Choose the appropriate model year of the vehicle.