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Registration Live for ASA’s Second Annual Safety Inspection Forum in St. Louis, Missouri

In 2014, the Automotive Service Association (ASA) held the first annual safety inspection forum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This year, ASA, in conjunction with ASA-Midwest and the Missouri Alliance of Automotive Service Providers (AASP-MO), will host the second Vehicle Safety Inspection and Maintenance Forum in St. Louis, Missouri. The half-day program will take place on Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015, and will serve as the next phase of ASA’s mission of raising awareness of the importance of periodic motor vehicle inspection programs and developing strategies to protect these programs. ASA encourages anyone involved in the automotive industry to attend this most important automotive safety program. Registration is free and attendees can sign up here.


U.S. House Energy and Commerce’s Subcommittee Holds Initial Hearing on Volkswagen’s Emissions Cheating Allegations

Volkswagen Group of America President and CEO Michael Horn and the Environmental Protection Agency are scheduled to testify as the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations examines Volkswagen’s alleged efforts to circumvent emissions requirements for certain models of diesel engine passenger vehicles. Members are working to understand the facts and circumstances surrounding Volkswagen’s reported Clean Air Act violations and what they mean for consumers and the general public. See more here.


EPA Issues Final Rule on Ozone Standards

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has strengthened the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for ground-level ozone to 70 parts per billion (ppb) from 75 ppb. The Clean Air Act provides states with time to meet the standards. Depending on the severity of their ozone situation, areas would have until between 2020 and 2037 to meet the standards. See EPA’s full release here.

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