BRUSSELS – Europe’s automakers are warning that the new real-driving-emissions (RDE) test outlined by a European Union technical committee and endorsed by EU member states could force some diesel vehicles off the road starting less than two years from now. The EU’s Technical Committee on Motor Vehicles voted Oct. 28 to support a proposal by the European Commission, the EU’s executive branch, to use portable emissions-measurement systems rather than laboratory tests ...

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