The rogue practice of removing vital pollution filters from the exhausts of diesel vehicles has suffered a blow with the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) for the first time banning an advert for the service.
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Government urged to crack down on rogue practice of garages removing compulsory diesel particulate filters from vehicles.
AdBlue requirement of new EU6 diesels may cause issues for unprepared fleets and drivers
From 1 September 2015, all new cars, plus light commercial vehicles under 1305kg (unladen), sold in the EU must be compliant with EU6 standards for exhaust emissions. Unlike previous diesels, many EU6 compliant engines require an exhaust additive called AdBlue, which neutralises most of the harmful NOx emissions.
Diesel particulate filters are already a significant part of the coach and bus industry and will be even more relevant in coming years. Keeping them clean is a must – if not, fuel consumption increases by up to 7%. Tim Deakin from Route One visits Slough to find out more.
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