New Zealand’s Motor Industry Assn. is calling for a 7-year ban on used imported vehicles now that the government has abandoned plans to begin testing vehicles for harmful emissions next year, saying it would be more expensive than first thought. The Ministry of Transport had proposed the emissions test as part of the annual vehicle-fitness check. Associate Transport Minister Judith Tizard says the program probably would not have delivered the improved health results the government ...

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