Department of Justice, EPA Settle With Derive Systems Over Aftermarket Emissions Defeat Devices in V
U.S. Department of Justice press release --------- Today, the U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a settlement with Derive Systems (Derive) addressing the sale of approximately 363,000 aftermarket products which the United States alleges were designed, in part, to defeat the emissions control systems of cars and trucks in violation of the Clean Air Act.Over a span of multiple years, Derive sold products, including custom engine tuning software and parts, online and at distributers across the nation under the brand names of “Bully Dog” and “SCT” for use in many types of gasoline and diesel-fueled cars and trucks. Under the terms of the settlement, Derive will spend approximately $6.25 million to bring the company and its products into compliance with the Clean Air Act. Derive will also pay a civil penalty of $300,000. To learn more click on the picture below to read the release.