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CCFA Terms and Conditions

You will be asked to provide documentation for the following categories in your Clean Cars for All application:

  • Form W-9 – Click here to download the PDF form.
  • Income Verification
    • Copy of most recent Federal Tax Return (IRS Form 1040, U.S. Individual Income Tax Return)
    • If you do not have a copy of your most recent Federal Tax Return, you may submit an IRS Form 4506-T to request a transcript of your tax return. Click here to download the PDF form.
    • If you did not file taxes, you must submit a notarized Household Income Affidavit to the Air District and an IRS Form 4506-T Request for Transcript of Tax Return (Verification of Non-filing) directly to the IRS. The Air District will not submit your Form 4506-T to the IRS on your behalf. The IRS typically takes 2-4 weeks to send a response to the Air District. You may still submit your completed application even if the Air District has not received a response from the IRS at the time of submission.
  • DMV Vehicle Registration history for the last 2 years
    • You can obtain a copy of your registration history online or at the DMV.
  • Proof of Operability (only if...)
    • An unregistered vehicle or currently registered vehicle not meeting the Retired Vehicle Eligibility may also be eligible if proven to have been driven primarily in California for the last two years and not have been registered in any other state or country in the last two years.
      Documentation may include the following:
      • Proof of insurance for two consecutive years, without lapses totaling more than 120 days; or two invoices from an Automotive Repair Dealer registered with the Bureau of Automotive Repair. Invoices must be from two separate calendar years and the oldest may not be older than 24 months.
      • Invoices must include the following:
        • The Automotive Repair Dealer’s valid registration number
        • The name and address of the Automotive Repair dealer
        • Description of a repair or maintenance operation performed on the vehicle
        • The vehicle year, make, model and vehicle identification or license plate number matching the vehicle to be retired
        • The date of the repair or maintenance visit
  • Copy of your valid California Driver License
  • Proof of Residency (only if California Driver's License does not reflect current address)
    • Examples include utility bill, cell phone bill, pay stub, property tax, etc.
  • Copy of your vehicle title

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