Cautious welcome greets post-dieselgate test overhaul

The entry into force of two new EU vehicle emission tests is a welcome step but will not tackle on its own the illegal diesel emissions at the heart of the Volkswagen scandal, experts have warned.

by José Rojo
Portable emissions monitoring equipment, mounted here on a German Mazda, will be used to enforce pollutant emissions limits. Photograph: LSDSL CC BY-SA 3.0
Portable emissions monitoring equipment, mounted here on a German Mazda, will be used to enforce pollutant emissions limits. Photograph: LSDSL CC BY-SA 3.0

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