Well I think a lot more people could have been, by direct experience. Some were obviously, enough to overcome bureaucratic inertia and vested interests to force the investigation.DarthPuppy wrote:Congrats on being ahead of the curve in realizing diesels weren't as clean as we were told.Nubo wrote: As a cyclist who had to breathe the stuff, I never bought into the “clean diesel” bullshit.
As to the ban the question is how to best balance the concerns of all. Is it right to make some folks bear the hardship of not being able to take their diesels into city centers in order to mitigate health problems of others? That answer lies in details that I don’t have. My instincts run towards buyback, destroy, and compensate with the mfg bearing the burden and incarceration of those responsible for the deception.