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Ports of L.A. and L. B. to Ban 2006 and Older Trucks, Discontinue Clean Truck Fee

November 7, 2011

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Beginning January 1, 2012 trucks with an engine year of 2006 and older will be banned from both the Port of Los Angeles and the Port of Long Beach.


Both ports has said they will no longer be assessing a Clean Truck Fee on trucks with an engine year of 2006 and older. The PortCheck web site will remain open in January 2012 for payment of billed and accrued Clean Truck Fees prior to January 1, 2011.

PortCheck will be refunding Clean Truck Fees that were deposited in accounts but not spent. Customers should check their accounts and request their deposit refund no later than January 15, 2012. Deposit refunds that are not requested by January 15, 2012 may be forfeited as unclaimed deposits.

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Customers with questions may contact the PortCheck Customer Service Center at 1-877-863-3310 for assistance, or visit www.pierpass-tmf.org.

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