The Japanese car manufacturer Toyota has settled in America, a legal dispute because of rust vehicles. The agreement, which provides for the replacement of stainless parts, will cost the group up to 3.4 billion dollars, as from court documents.
The plaintiffs had accused Toyota of a lack of anti-rust 1.5 million Pick-ups and SUVs. Affected vehicles were built between the years of 2005 and 2010.
An influential American automotive lobby group has, meanwhile, asked the President-elect, Donald Trump, strict vehicle-environmental legislation of incumbent Barack Obama. Specifically, it deals with rules for more efficient fuel consumption, which could cost the industry billions.
This should contribute to the presentation of the Obama administration to reduce, by 2025, the greenhouse gas emissions of vehicles. In an eight-page letter to trump’s staff, calls for the Alliance of automobile manufacturers, which represents General Motors, Ford and Toyota, allegedly, that the next government to harmonise the rules, “and adapts”.
you should also make a comprehensive Review of all regulatory measures since 1. September had been taken. This also includes safety guidelines to count for self-driving cars.