Cummins will also pay an additional $1,642 billion federal penalty to the U.S. EPA, the largest ever for a Clean Air Act case, all involving RAM pickups.
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Shop is charged with conspiracy to violate the Clean Air Act by tampering with the monitoring device of an emissions control system of a diesel truck.
The defendants will pay a $600,000 penalty for the manufacture, sale and installation of tens of thousands of aftermarket defeat devices.
Settlement resolves alleged Clean Air Act violations involving the sale of “defeat devices” designed to bypass or disable vehicle emissions control systems.
Nationwide outreach also educates lawmakers about proposed state legislative policies — Right to Repair — and practices that may actually encourage it.
It has stopped selling or installing devices that disable vehicle emission controls and will post a public announcement about the settlement on website, social media.
Auto repair shop will pay a $30,000 civil penalty for allegedly tampering with car engines to render emissions controls inoperative.