The European Commission is pressing for continuation of existing international vehicle noise regulations while data is amassed on a proposed replacement standard. The move marks an unusual spat between rule makers for the auto industry, with the EC publicly criticizing the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe’s section on worldwide automotive technical standards for pushing too hard, too fast on a new noise standard. The UNEC has been drafting new noise rules for cars and trucks ...

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