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Toyota fined $180 million for 10 years of noncompliance with EPA regs – Ars Technica

There have been “systematic, longstanding violations” of reporting rules.

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On Thursday, Toyota reached a settlement with the US government over a decade of noncompliance with Clean Air Act reporting regulations. Under the law, defects or recalls that affect vehicle emissions equipment have to be reported to the Environmental Protection Agency.
But, says EPA assistant administrator Susan Bodine, “[f]or a decade Toyota failed to report mandatory information about potential defects in their cars to the EPA, keeping…

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