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Tougher car emission tests start in EU, welcomed by consumers
by Zoran Radosavljevic
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31 August 2017
On 31 August 2017 EURACTIV.com reported:
Tougher and more realistic emissions tests for cars and vans take effect in the EU on Friday (1 September), a measure welcomed by the auto industry and consumer groups, coming on the heels of the Dieselgate scandal that shook the bloc, particularly Germany. A new laboratory test, called WLTP, will introduce much more realistic testing conditions for measuring pollutant and CO2 emissions. It will therefore provide a more accurate basis for measuring a vehicle's fuel consumption and emissions.
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