Welcome to the Dealer page of the HVIP. This page is for dealers who sell vehicles for use in California.
Here, dealers can learn about who is considered a dealer, and about how to become an HVIP-approved dealer. Who is considered a dealer?
The Three Steps to Obtaining Voucher(s)
- A hybrid or zero-emission truck or bus dealership which has a written agreement with a medium- or heavy-duty vehicle manufacturer, which has had a valid business license for the past two years, and which has an official dealer number.
- An original hybrid or zero-emission truck or bus vehicle manufacturer (such as International Truck and Engine Corporation, Kenworth Truck Company, or Peterbilt Motors Company) which manufacturers HVIP-eligible vehicles and sells those vehicles directly to fleets.
- A hybrid or zero-emission truck or bus manufacturer which has a written agreement with a medium- or heavy-duty vehicle manufacturer and has had a valid business license for the past two years.
Get trained and mail in the completed Terms & Conditions and W-9 forms with wet signatures to become an approved dealer
Work with an interested fleet to select eligible vehicles
Submit an online voucher application.