Gasoline, diesel, propane and natural gas are now legal.
And that’s only if you drive them legally.
The new regulations will not apply to vehicles that use the gasoline and diesel fuel additive, benzene, as well as to vehicles with catalytic converters, such as those in hybrid cars.
The rules don’t apply to those engines that produce compressed natural gas, such a Toyota Prius, Honda Accord or Nissan Leaf.
But you can still be fined for not having the correct paperwork, and a judge could order you to pay a fine if you’re found to have done so.
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The EPA and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued new regulations this month, which require automakers to install pollution controls on fuel injectors and injectors in gasoline and hybrid vehicles, as the EPA calls it.
The regulations, which were adopted on Tuesday, require manufacturers to install an electronic control unit (ECU) and a battery charger.
They also require fuel injector devices to have a filter that can detect pollutants from other cars in the same vehicle, including other hybrids.
These filters, the EPA said, can be placed inside fuel lines to protect the vehicle.
The EPA said the filters will be installed by automakers that sell hybrid vehicles.
The rules apply to all vehicles sold in the United States.
But some states, such in California, have more stringent emissions standards.
California’s rules require that vehicles meet emissions standards at least 25 miles per gallon, and that they have an ECU with a filter.
Those standards also apply to hybrids and vehicles that can drive on compressed natural or gasoline fuels, but not the compressed natural and gasoline fuels.
The standards are also designed to help address the pollution from the oil and gas industry.