The dealer “toolkit” is designed to answer your questions and provide you with guidance and support on illegal equipment modification. In addition, this kit provides you with educational information for your customers.
AG/Construction DEALER TOOLKIT CONTENTS:
- Posters & banners
- Sales/service counter pop-up stands
- Customer tri-fold flyer
- Trade-In/Service Release Form
- Social Media Assets
EPA & DOJ Settle with Derive Systems
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced a settlement with Derive Systems (Derive) to address the sale of approximately 363,000 aftermarket products designed to defeat the emissions control systems of cars and trucks in violation of the Clean Air Act.
Motor vehicle engines and off-road vehicles and engines must meet CAA emissions standards. These standards apply to cars, trucks, buses, recreational vehicles and engines, generators, farm and construction machines, lawn and garden equipment, marine engines and locomotives. In addition, the composition of fuels used to operate mobile sources, including gasoline, diesel, ethanol, biodiesel and blends of these fuels, are also regulated under the CAA.
Members of the Ag Sector Board of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) and the board of directors of the Equipment Dealers Association (EDA) have agreed to make a series of diagnostic and repair tools available to end users of tractors and combines put into service by 2021.
I Make America is the grassroots campaign of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), which advocates for policies that support manufacturing jobs and help America's equipment manufacturers compete globally.