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Your calls for action picked up by MP

During the Environmental Audit Committee's hearing, John McNally MP recently referred to our Fuel Claims campaign and its supporters when he questioned the Government on its actions in light of the emissions scandal.

He said that 'over 69,000 supporters have signed Which?’s Come Clean on Fuel Claims campaign, which is extremely important as they represent a valuable part of the United Kingdom.'

In response, the Government reiterated that it was investigating the matter and is supportive of new and improved fuel efficiency tests being implemented in the near future.


Public trust in the car industry badly damaged

The effect of the VW scandal has spread beyond just those affected to owners of other cars.

Government plans to launch investigation into vehicle emissions

The government today said that it planned to launch an investigation into vehicle emissions.


68% say they can't match their car's mpg claims

In a poll on our community website Which? Conversation, 68% of 1,150 voters say they can't match their car's claimed fuel efficiency.

If you can't either, sign our petition for fuel figures you can trust.


Our tests show eco cars are not as eco as they claim

Of all the cars we tested in 2012, the ultra-efficient small cars showed the greatest difference between our own mpg tests and the EU tests used by manufacturers.
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