Meet Us at Landscaping Industry Trade Show, 2019

We recently joined the California Landscape Contractors Association. And to celebrate we’re attending the Landscaping Industry Trade Show in Ontario, California on February 6th and 7th. We’ll be at booth #619 so come over and say, “Hello.”

At West Coast Equipment we offer best-in-class rentals, sales, parts, service and maintenance on your JLG, SkyTrak, Gradall, and Princeton machines. In fact, we’re one of the only full service dealers in Southern California, and we’re expanding.

In 2018, we merged with D&D Lift Inc., to for RESCO LLC, Rental Equipment Service Company. Our goal is to provide service for the entire State of California. In fact, to make good on our promise to provide sales, rentals, parts, and service for our products we’re opening up new facilities in Escondido, Paramount, Chatsworth, Bakersfield, West Sacramento, and Morgan Hill.

If you’re in the market for new or used machine, to rent, or you need to repower an old machine, call us first. We’re here to help.

 

 

Let Us Help You With Your ROAR Annual Reporting

The #1 question we’ve been asked by our customers is, “Can you handle the ROAR reporting?” And the answer is, “Yes.”

[Call Shaun Flanagan today at 951-256-2040 ]

What is ROAR? ROAR is a Responsible Official Affirmation of Reporting (ROAR), is a form which is signed by a responsible official or designee stating that In-Use Off-Road Diesel Vehicle Regulation (Off-Road Regulation) is accurate and that the fleet is in compliance with the Off-Road Regulation.

Who Needs to submit a ROAR form? The new regulations are that ALL-FLEET sizes are required to comply.

When is a ROAR due? The regulations is that all vehicles that were in fleet as of December 31st of the prior year, needs to file by March 1st of the following year. So for example a ROAR is due by March 1, 2019 for the fleet as it was on December 31, 2012 (citation). 

What’s required to fulfill my annual reporting requirements? Prior to submitting a ROAR, a fleet must verify that their reported information is accurate as of the prior December 31st. Any changes to the fleet that have not been reported during the calendar year, such as Verified Diesel Emission Control Strategy (VDECS) installations or removals and engine repowers, must be
reported as part of the annual reporting requirements. (citation).

To complete annual reporting fleets must:

  • Log into DOORS on or after January 1, 2018, and report all changes made to
    the fleet in 2017, including updated contact information.
  • Enter engine hour meter readings for the 2017 calendar year on the “Low-Use”
    page.
  • Report engine hour meter readings for vehicles used for agricultural operations
    51-99% of the time [hardcopy form MSCD ISB-145 (REV 4/14)].
  • Submit the Responsible Official Affirmation of Reporting (ROAR) form.

How can West Coast Equipment help? We can do everything except sign the document. As the responsible party, you or your designee must sign.

What are my next steps? Call Shaun Flanagan today at 951-256-2040

Click here to read the Annual Reporting and ROAR Reminder for more information.