- A maximum of two replacements per company will be allowed during phase one.
- Preference will be given to trucks registered in the State of Louisiana. Trucks that are registered in another state but serve the Port of New Orleans are still eligible.
- Trucks must have been servicing the Port NOLA terminals consistently since September 1, 2015 to be eligible for the program. Proof will be required in the form of gate receipts or truck company manifests.
- A complete application and copies of documentation must be submitted. This includes copies of TWIC card for the driver of the truck, truck title, up-to-date registration, proof of insurance, and photograph of the truck submitted for replacement). Documentation must be sent with the application verifying the make, model, and year of your current truck.
- Applicants must be in relatively good financial standing and be able to secure financing for the outstanding balance of the truck if accepted into Clean TRIP.
What old trucks can be replaced?
- Eligible applicants must have owned their current truck for at least one year, according to the date on the title.
- Per EPA requirements, Per EPA requirements, current trucks must have engines model years 1993-2006 to be eligible for the Clean TRIP replacement.
- Eligible trucks must be operational and currently used to transport cargo to/from the Port of New Orleans for at least one year.
- Only scrap current truck when advised to do so by program staff.
What trucks can be purchased?
- A 2012 or newer model year truck with a 2011 model year engine is eligible for this program.