The European Commission has launched a string of legal actions against Member States of the European Union, charging them with illegally restricting the rights of motorists and the automobile-related industries that serve them. It either is bringing, or formally threatening to bring, such cases to the European Court of Justice (ECJ), which has the power to order compliance with EU laws and levy massive recurring fines if its rulings are ignored. Among the pending issues: ...
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