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Frequently Asked Questions

Who is eligible for this program?
Participants are required to keep the new truck in service at the Port of New Orleans for at least one year, verified by program staff.
How much grant funding is available?
What kind of trucks can be purchased?
Do we have to purchase a truck in Louisiana?
Do I have to purchase from a dealer?
What is the purpose of this program?
Can I apply for funding for more than one truck?
What are the eligibility requirements for the trucks?
Old trucks will be required to be scrapped. Any proceeds from the scrap metal must be applied toward the purchase of the truck.
How can I show proof of service to Port of New Orleans facilities?
I just bought an old truck – can I replace it with a newer truck through this program?
My truck just broke down – can I replace it with a newer truck through this program?
Complete applications must include the following:
How long will the process take?
Enrolling in the program will take considerable time and effort. Expect to dedicate two to three hours to the application process, including communications with Clean TRIP staff.  Once program eligibility has been confirmed and a certificate for replacement issued, please expect an additional four to six hours to complete the truck replacement process.
How can I tell if I will qualify for financing for the balance of the truck price?
Approval for financing is solely the decision of the financial institutions and is generally based upon your credit report and credit score. A credit report is a record of your credit history. Other factors may be reviewed by the financial institution before financing is approved. Below is a list of questions that are commonly asked by financial institutions when reviewing financing applications. Please consider these questions before you choose to pursue participating in the Clean TRIP program.
Answering yes to any these questions may impact your chance of obtaining financing, but ultimately the decision is up to the financing institutions.
When should I scrap my old truck?
Can the truck owner remove and sell radiator, transmission, rear ends, 5th wheel hitch etc. before scrapping? 
Do the trucks have to be driven to the scrapyard, or can they be towed?
When should I buy my new truck?
Who is gets the rebate?
All rebates are made payable to the truck dealer.
How can I get an application?
Who do I contact for assistance?
How do I submit an application?
We are not taking applications at this time. Port NOLA is continuing to seek funding for this program. Please click the link above to get email notifications of future truck replacement opportunities.
Port of New Orleans CLEAN TRIP Program
Port Facilities Services Office Building
5350 Coffee Drive
New Orleans, LA 70130
M-F 6:30am – 2:00pm
Port of New Orleans
CLEAN TRIP Program
Port Admin Building
1350 Port of New Orleans Place
New Orleans, LA 70130
M-F 8:00am – 4:00pm
Thank you for your interest in the program!

 Limit of two truck replacements per company during phase one.

Updates on Clean TRIP rebate availability can be found on the home page of the website www.cleantrip.portno.com
Failure to comply with any program requirements may result in the rebate request being denied.