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Club news: UAMK to work towards preventing the removal of Diesel Particulate Filters


Publication date: 11 April 2017


Ustrední Automotoklub Ceské Republiky (UAMK) and the Czech Ministries of Environment and Transport have agreed to launch a campaign to prevent car users from removing Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF). It can happen that these filters are removed and UAMK will work to show that this type of disuse of DPFs is not going to prevent breakdowns or improve vehicle performance.

 

The budget of the project has been estimated to be € 100,000 and will be jointly covered by the Czech Ministries and German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety.

 

The disuse of DPFs is one of the topics that generates political and social concerns, leading to high media coverage.  With the upcoming campaign, UAMK hopes to inspire and encourage other Clubs to act on it.   



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