A court rejected the ruling that allowed Navistar to sell heavy-duty diesel engines that don’t comply with emissions standards.
In May independent Albert Transport owner-operator Henry Albert participated in a test run of the 2014 Freightliner Cascadia Evolution (pictured) to track and compare its fuel-efficiency against an EPA 2010-compliant Cascadia. We reported about the ...
Company has permission to continue to sell new heavy-duty truck engines as long as the company still has enough emissions credits.
Report claims agency underestimated emission compliance costs for new trucks by a factor of two to five for model years 2004-2010.
President Obama announced a $1 billion initiative to spur deployment of clean, advanced vehicles.
DTNA’s GHG14 compliance came a year ahead of the mandate for certification by the EPA and the Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Company, facing millions of dollars in potential fines, says its "2010 transition was appropriate."
California Air Resources Board had issued a public letter to Navistar saying the company's emissions credits for the engine will expire Feb. 29.
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