State Fleet Idle Reduction Requirement

State of Utah fleet vehicles must turn off their engines when stopped for more than 30 consecutive seconds. Exemptions apply. State agencies must develop a compliance policy for their vehicle fleet.

The Utah Department of Administrative Services (DAS) must implement a six-month pilot project testing the effectiveness of agency anti-idling policies. After the project concludes, DAS must prepare a report detailing the effectiveness of agency idle reduction policies in reducing vehicle idling time and compiling cost savings from the reduction in engine use.

(Reference Executive Order 005, 2012)

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