CARB Warns Automakers To Report ‘Unapproved’ Devices Or Face Penalties

October 14, 2020
The California Air Resources Board (CARB) is warning vehicle and engine manufacturers to disclose by the end of the year any “unapproved” hardware or software programs that impact emissions control systems in vehicles sold in the state, or face major enforcement actions and hefty fines. “If you are not in compliance with CARB regulations, and you do not voluntarily disclose your violations, you may become the subject of a lengthy investigation and enforcement action,” states an Oct. 14 letter from...

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