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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: Can I provide my homeowners or personal auto insurance to satisfy the insurance requirement to become a certified alternative fuel technician?
A: No. The Oklahoma Administrative Code 580:55-1-12 is very specific and states:
"(1) Alternative fuels technicians and conversion companies, partnerships or corporation engaged in the installation of alternative fuel equipment are required to have on file with the agency proof of certificate holders liability insurance coverage,
Q: Can I work on my own alternative fuel vehicle without being a certified alternative fuel technician?
A: No. Absolutely not! O.S. 74-4.130 states:
"After September 1, 1991, it shall be unlawful for any person to perform the work or offer, by advertisement or otherwise, to perform the work of an alternative fuels equipment technician until such person has qualified and is certified as an alternative fuels equipment technician."
Q: Do I have to report every conversion I complete? Even on used vehicles?
A: Yes. O.A.C. 580:55-1-14(d) states:
The following reporting procedure must be performed after each vehicle conversion:
(1) On forms, provided by the agency, each vehicle converted shall be reported to the agency by the certified technician. Information deemed necessary by the agency shall
Q: Where can I find the conversion reporting form?
Q: Am I required to let Alt Fuels Program know of address or employer change?
A: 580:55-1-10. Change of address of holder of certificate or registration states: "Any holder of a certificate or registration issued in accordance with the provisions of the Alternative Fuels Technician Certification Act shall notify the agency of any change
Q: Do I have to have a company license if I plan on hiring additional alternative fuel technicians?
A: §74-130.16D. "In the case of a company, partnership or corporation engaged in the business of installing, servicing, repairing, modifying or renovating equipment used in the conversion of engines to engines fueled by alternative fuels, a separate certificate shall be issued by the Department of Central Services to that individual company, partnership or corporation. This certificate is for the express purpose of recognizing that the company, partnership or corporation is an authorized alternative fuels conversion business and employs state-certified alternative fuels equipment technicians. Any violations by a certified alternative fuels equipment technician shall be deemed a violation by the certified company, partnership or corporation employing such certified technician.