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  • CARB official: VW diesels may not be able to be fixed completely

    It might not be possible for Volkswagen to bring its diesel vehicles into full compliance with California's pollution standards, according to the California Air Resources Board. “Our goal has been to fix the vehicles and return them to their certified configuration as expeditiously as possible. Unfortunately, this may not be possible," said Todd Sax, the agency’s chief of enforcement, in testimony March 8, 2016 before a joint hearing of the state Senate Transportation and Housing, and Environmental Quality committees.

It might not be possible for Volkswagen to bring its diesel vehicles into full compliance with California's pollution standards, according to the California Air Resources Board. “Our goal has been to fix the vehicles and return them to their certified configuration as expeditiously as possible. Unfortunately, this may not be possible," said Todd Sax, the agency’s chief of enforcement, in testimony March 8, 2016 before a joint hearing of the state Senate Transportation and Housing, and Environmental Quality committees. The California Channel
It might not be possible for Volkswagen to bring its diesel vehicles into full compliance with California's pollution standards, according to the California Air Resources Board. “Our goal has been to fix the vehicles and return them to their certified configuration as expeditiously as possible. Unfortunately, this may not be possible," said Todd Sax, the agency’s chief of enforcement, in testimony March 8, 2016 before a joint hearing of the state Senate Transportation and Housing, and Environmental Quality committees. The California Channel

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