CHICAGO -- St. Louis and Chicago AAA Motor Clubs recently warned that the now-phasing-in system of using vehicle onboard diagnostics (OBD) for emissions testing is "ripe for consumer rip-offs of major proportions." AAA now has focused on "the growing complexities of setting (OBD) readiness codes among some manufacturers," as another potential concern of AAA members. In a letter to the Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Transportation and Air Quality, AAA says that as one ...
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