The Colorado Air Quality Control Commission has voted approval for ending the use of information from vehicle onboard diagnostic (OBD) systems as a basis for failing vehicles in the state's emissions-test program. The commission concluded from analysis of the performance of OBD that eliminating it as a test method "will have little impact on air quality." Colorado's emissions tests are managed by the Dept. of Public Health and Environment. The commission also turned down a ...

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