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10 Commandments Of Catalytic Converter Replacement

Paperwork, laws and warranty issues can cause headaches – even more if you don’t do them right.

U.S. House To Vote to Stop EPA Emissions Mandate

SEMA-backed bill would stop EPA from finalizing federal emissions standards.

Forecast: 80% Drop In U.S. Transportation Emissions By 2050

NREL’s study highlights rapid adoption of zero-emission vehicles as crucial for an 80% emissions reduction.

Catalytic Converter Replacement Rules

Converters must be certified and labeled with the correct codes that are stamped into the shell.

All-Electric Fisker Ocean To Offer Long Range In U.S.

EPA values confirm the Fisker Ocean Extreme has the longest range of any new electric SUV under $200K sold in the U.S.

U.S. EV manufacturing investment hits $120B in last 8 years

Manufacturers also created 143,000 new jobs in the electric vehicle sector in the last eight years.

Senators Burr And Tester Reintroduce RPM Act In US Senate

Americans send more than 1.5 million letters urging Congress to sign the RPM Act into law.

MEMA Issues Statement On Revision Of SAFE Vehicles Rule

The proposed rule revises passenger vehicle emissions standards for model years through 2026.

EPA Considering Eliminating Refrigerant Sales Restrictions

Specifically, the proposed rule suggests reversing a 2016 rule that instituted air conditioning appliance maintenance and leak repair requirements to non-ozone depleting substances.

One In Three Americans Doubt Accuracy Of Fuel Economy Rating

A new AAA survey reveals that one-in-three Americans do not believe the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) new vehicle window sticker accurately reflects the fuel economy they achieve when driving. To assess the accuracy of this perception, AAA performed an analysis of data collected on the EPA’s FuelEconomy.gov website, along with laboratory and real-world vehicle testing, and found that driver behaviors and environmental conditions, rather than vehicle shortcomings, are likely responsible for most fuel economy variances.