The Vehicle Repair and Replacement Assistance Program (VRRAP) provides funding assistance to individuals whose vehicles are failing vehicle emission standards to either replace their failing vehicle with a newer, cleaner one or to repair it. The programs are administered by local health departments and made possible through a grant sub-award to them from the Utah Division of Air Quality.
How it Works
An individual whose vehicle does not pass an emissions test may receive financial assistance to replace the failed vehicle with a newer, cleaner one or to repair it so that it passes a subsequent emissions test. The amount of financial assistance depends on household income, household size, and whether the applicant chooses to replace or repair the failed vehicle.
All questions related to eligibility should be directed to the administrating local health department. Please click on the county you live in and it will direct you to appropriate local health department.
Please note that Box Elder program is administered by the Weber-Morgan Health Department and the Tooele program is administered by the Salt Lake County Health Department.