You're right, must be the economy of scale after my fleet moved out of
town... but when I was there. Everything from '67 on had to tested. But,
there were also areas that did not have to comply based on population
From: David Lieb [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Saturday, March 17, 2007 7:34 PM
Subject: Re: Bought Miata, Now What? Pseudo Japanese LBC content.
> When I lived in Lake County,IL, all my stuff needed to go thru emissions
I guess that since you moved to Wisconsin, it made it economically
unfeasible to continue the program ;-)
Actually, someone with an ounce of sense looked at the numbers, realized
that all of the cars less than 10 years old have the OBDII capability, that
this currently represents over 75% of vehicles and rising, thought about how
much nicer it is to test OBDII as well as how much they were spending on the
maintenance of the dynos, and made a rational decision. Makes sense to me!