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Old 09-18-2019, 09:54 AM   #1
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CA The end of California’s emissions law????

I never watch the news and this morning as soon as I flipped to the news channel I saw this. We might finally catch a break.


https://www.nytimes.com/2019/09/17/c...ns-waiver.html
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Old 09-18-2019, 10:33 AM   #2
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Not going to get rid of emissions testing. It could reduce levels in sniffer testing but, most states are only OBDII readiness testing now. The trend is getting rid of auto emissions testing because the cost vs violations caught is high(lot of money for few violations). There are less pre-1996 cars on the road and OBD-II is good enough to keep most people complaint. Washington state and the Provence of Ottawa were the huge ones this year.

It’s Just going to make California follow federal levels from now. Manufacturers of new vehicles will only have to comply with the federal levels which may make it easier for them. Probably not though because they already make all their cars to the highest spec instead of coming out with Federal and California models like they did decades ago.

California is going to fight this hard as CARB likes to blame Automotive emissions for all their woes while Industry pays fines and keeps polluting. Agriculture blames particulate emissions on trucks. Least tractors with DPF are starting to be sold now.
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LOL!! This will mired in court proceedings for atleast a generation.

Also, Cali came into their own compliance before Fed emissions law and should be protected under the clean air act. It will take a Congressional Mandate to get this through.

Goodluck with that........

Cali law may be draconian, but the automotive industry needs to share the blame. Kinda like 2nd hand smoke. Just because you choose to smoke it up like a forest fire and kill yourself from lung cancer, doesn't mean you need to force me to do the same.

I hate Cali's emissions standards, but I understand the sentiment behind it.
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reasons why this wont happen.

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1. $


lets keep dreaming though
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I'd say there's a strong possibility this could happen, but what will be the impact for us? We could run 49-state cats instead of 50-state cats?
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Old 09-18-2019, 05:02 PM   #6
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I’m just hoping we are able to register an imported car like almost every other state without paying ~10k.
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The end of California’s emissions law????

It will do nothing to emissions inspections. May affect cars manufactured after this.

https://advocacy.consumerreports.org...AFE-Rule-1.pdf
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You really think Cali will be okay with losing potential revenue flow?!?! How else they gonna pay for all the illegals?
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