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Old 03-23-2021, 12:44 AM   #15
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Executive summary, there is no rule yet, and won't be for a while. Once again this is the response I got from CARB when I emailed them:



"CARB staff conducted a HD I/M workgroup webinar in December where we unveiled our first working draft of the HD I/M regulatory concepts; it is not yet a finalized and implementable rule. In that version, we were proposing that out-of-state motorhomes would be subject to the periodic testing requirements. The link below to the pdf document is that December version of the draft regulatory concepts for the HD I/M program. I've also included the link to the overall HD I/M webpage with more information on program development, meetings, and events.

Since the December HD I/M workgroup meeting, we've been revising the draft document and are now looking to exempt out-of-state motorhomes from the periodic testing requirements in response to a March 8, 2021, letter from the RV Industry Association, National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds, and CampCALNow. We expect to post the updated version of the draft regulatory language to the HD I/M webpage during the week of March 22, 2021, and will be discussing it at our next HD I/M workgroup webinar on March 29, 2021 (info on how to register for the webinar is available from the HD I/M webpages).

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Krista Fregoso"
Thanks for posting this information. It's the most informative reply I've seen on the subject.
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Hey Craneboy. I think most Californians would agree with you, about you never coming into California.
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Old 03-24-2021, 08:25 AM   #17
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Another of the many reasons I donít go into CA!!!!!!!
If you donít want to go to California, donít go. Personally, I think itís beautiful and is worth visiting. But donít spread falsehoods repeated on fQxnew$

Many states require you to stop for boat inspections. Should we boycott them?

The border patrol, stops you along many US roads in Arizona, NM and Texas. Should we avoid those states?

Stop listening to fear mongers that only want you to watch more commercials. Use your god given reasoning skills.
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Old 03-25-2021, 11:02 AM   #18
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Use your god given reasoning skills.

IMHO....

If more people did that, California wouldn't be in the sad shape that is is today.....

After 43 years, it has certainly lost its luster for my and my wife....

We'll soon be part of the exodus...
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