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EU inquiry committee to investigate dieselgate

Publication date: 17 December 2015

On 17 December, the European Parliament voted to approve the creation of an inquiry committee to investigate breaches of EU rules on car emission measurements. The committee will be tasked with carrying out a thorough investigation of the VW scandal. Following this examination, it will aim to set up a new procedure that will effectively prohibit similar emissions cheating in the future.

FIA Region I Director General, Jacob Bangsgaard, said: “The FIA welcomes this decision that will help to restore trust among consumers. We urge the committee to be thorough and bring full transparency on the roots of the scandal so that cheating becomes impossible in the future.”



About FIA Region I
The FIA Region I office, based in Brussels, is a consumer body representing 111 Motoring and Touring Clubs and their 38 million members from across Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The FIA represents the interest of these members as motorists, public transport users, pedestrians and tourists. The FIA’s primary goal is to secure a mobility that is safe, affordable, sustainable and efficient. With these aims in mind, the FIA Region I work focuses on Road Safety, Consumer Protection, Environmental Protection, and the promotion of Sustainable Motoring. 

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