Now that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has taken over the setting of new-vehicle emissions standards from Congress, the question again surfaces as to what is gained by seeking to reduce new-vehicle emissions — currently next to nothing — to another level of next to nothing. The better question is, what is being ignored in the process? As background for this subject, WEVTU has accumulated considerable data over a period of many years along the lines illustrated by the ...

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