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January 2009
Inside Tucson Business;1/5/2009, Vol. 18 Issue 31, p5
The article reports on the decision of the city government in Tucson, Arizona, to require diagnostic vehicle emissions tests for area motorists every other year. According to the article, information regarding the motorist's schedule for the test will be seen in the registration form. It further stresses that the rule only applies to Tucson area emissions tests and to vehicles with the on-board diagnostics systems, generally in 1996 or newer cars.


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