CHICAGO -- Colorado State University's National Center for Vehicle Emissions Control and Safety (NCVECS) says it has received more than $2.3 million in federal, state and private funds for a study to find out if the “check engine light” on a car’s dashboard can really reduce vehicle pollution. It also is studying related issues, such as whether motorists will accept the idea of having transponders on their cars that transmit vehicle emissions information to regulators. The mandated use of ...
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