The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s director of vehicle certification and compliance activity says the EPA will continue to use computer modeling to evaluate the effectiveness of vehicle emissions testing. The EPA will continue to back state-run computer emissions testing. Previously, EPA statements insinuated the agency was beginning to modify its position on state-run inspection/maintenance (I/M) emissions-test programs in light of research and other evidence indicating ...
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