California Capital Access Program (CalCAP)
California Air Resources Board (CARB)
Heavy-Duty Vehicle Air Quality Loan Program
Designed to provide truck loan assistance for the purchase of heavy-duty vehicles driven primarily in California to comply with the State’s engine emission standards
Please send program inquiries to email@example.com
- Additional COVID-19 Resources for Businesses and Employers
- Recapture Participation Form – Effective August 15, 2017
- Technical Program Summary
- CARB One-Stop Truck Events
- Brochure for CalCAP CARB (PDF)
- Participating Financial Institution Lenders
- Tools for Participating Financial Institution Lenders
- Program Development
- CARB's Truck and Bus Regulation
- Interagency Agreement with the California Air Resources Board (CARB) – Amendment 3 #18MSC004
- CalCAP Regulations
- Sign Up to Receive CPCFA Information
Tools for Truck Loan Borrowers
The CalCAP Heavy-Duty Vehicle Air Quality Loan Program is a loan loss reserve program, which may provide up to 100% coverage on losses from certain loan defaults. With CalCAP, a financial institution receives support when it makes loans to small business loans for air quality compliant vehicles to small fleet owners. See the CalCAP Heavy-Duty Vehicle Air Quality Loan Program Summary for more information.
In a funding partnership that began in 2009 with the California Air Resources Board (CARB), CalCAP has contributed $219 million to support more than 40,000 loans to assist California small business owners purchase more than 40,000 cleaner trucks, which is the equivalent of removing over 13 million passenger cars from the road and 182 tons per year of particulate matter.
If you are an owner of a small fleet of heavy-duty trucks and need to upgrade your engine, you may receive more favorable loan terms from a participating financial institution that enrolls your loan in the CalCAP Heavy-Duty Vehicle Air Quality Loan Program. Check to see if your commercial lender or financial institution participates in CalCAP or find a participating financial institution lender. If your financial institution does not currently participate, it is easy for financial institutions to sign up. Please have your institution complete the Financial Institution Application and send to CalCAP to get started.
Borrowers will need to contact a Participating Financial Institution to start the CalCAP loan enrollment process
Financial Institution Sign Up for the Program
- What Financial Institutions Qualify to Participate?
- Financial Institution Application
- Certification to Participate in the California Capital Access Program
Loans, Claims and Reports
- CARB Loan Enrollment Documents
- Change in Loan Terms
- Media Release Authorization