Both houses of the Colorado legislature recently voted 100% for a changeover of the state's I/M-240 emissions test program to large-scale use of drive-by sensors, a plan which would excuse a high percentage of vehicles from dynamometer testing. The new program would reduce the cost to motorists from the current $24 per test every two years to an annual charge of $7 per vehicle. In other words, an effective reduction from $24 to $14. WEVTU is told by sources in the state that the governor ...
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