Real-time measurement of in-use vehicle emissions verifies that the emissions deterioration rate of vehicles in areas with emissions-testing programs is no better than the deterioration rate in areas with no emissions testing. The testing was funded by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Coordinating Research Council (CRC). Using remote sensors to test the emissions of vehicles during driving time, the project data show there is no difference in the emissions ...

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