Nebraska Revised Statute 66-202

Chapter 66 Section 202

66-202.

Terms, defined.

For purposes of the Nebraska Clean-burning Motor Fuel Development Act:

(1) Flex-fuel dispenser means a fuel dispenser that is certified by the manufacturer for use with ethanol blended fuels containing at least fifteen percent by volume ethanol;

(2) Motor vehicle means a motor vehicle originally designed by the manufacturer to operate lawfully and principally on highways, roads, and streets;

(3) Qualified clean-burning motor vehicle fuel means a hydrogen fuel cell, compressed natural gas, liquefied natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas, or gasoline containing at least fifteen percent by volume ethanol; and

(4) Qualified clean-burning motor vehicle fuel property means:

(a) New equipment that:

(i) Is installed:

(A) By a certified installer;

(B) On a motor vehicle registered pursuant to the Motor Vehicle Registration Act; and

(C) To convert a motor vehicle propelled by gasoline or diesel fuel to be propelled by a qualified clean-burning motor vehicle fuel as part of a dedicated bi-fuel or dual-fuel system;

(ii) Is approved by the United States Environmental Protection Agency under 40 C.F.R. part 85, subpart F, and 40 C.F.R. part 86, subpart S, as such subparts existed on January 1, 2015; and

(iii) Has not been used to modify or retrofit any other motor vehicle propelled by gasoline or diesel fuel;

(b) With respect to a motor vehicle that was originally equipped to be propelled by a qualified clean-burning motor vehicle fuel other than ethanol, the portion of the basis that is attributable to the:

(i) Storage of the qualified clean-burning motor vehicle fuel;

(ii) Delivery of the qualified clean-burning motor vehicle fuel to the motor vehicle's engine; and

(iii) Exhaust of gases from the combustion of the qualified clean-burning motor vehicle fuel; or

(c) New property that:

(i) Is directly related to the dispensing of ethanol-blended fuels containing at least fifteen percent by volume ethanol or the compression and delivery of natural gas from a private home or residence for noncommercial purposes into the fuel tank of a motor vehicle propelled by compressed natural gas; and

(ii) Has not been previously installed or used at another location to refuel motor vehicles powered by natural gas.

Cross References

  • Motor Vehicle Registration Act, see section 60-301.