A workgroup formed under the Federal Advisory Committee Act has begun efforts to determine best practices for the implementation of emissions-testing programs employing vehicle onboard diagnostic (OBD-II) systems. A Maryland Inspections/Maintenance (I/M) program spokesman says the group's target is to develop, within five to six months, recommendations to the EPA on potentially troublesome issues. The OBD-based I/M emissions testing was to have started more than two years ago and still is ...

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