New German cars may need emissions certificates


By Tom Armitage BERLIN, May 26 (Reuters) - Germany's environment ministry is proposing an emissions certificate be displayed on new cars that would alert potential buyers to heavily polluting vehicles, a ministry spokesman said on Saturday. Under Environment Minister Sigmar Gabriel's proposals, car dealers would have to show the certificate next to the price sticker on new vehicles, rather like the efficiency "passports" found on European household appliances like refrigerators. The ...

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