CHICAGO – The California Air Resources Board (CARB) says it has developed a tentative plan to offer auto makers some degree of relaxed individual fleet average emissions limits in exchange for adoption of a 15-year/150,000-mile (203,000-km) warranty on all emissions components. Whether CARB's new strategy is tied to the recent Federal District Court injunction against California's mandate requiring auto makers next year to begin selling a certain number of zero-emissions vehicles (ZEVs) is ...

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