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nnat inconvenience paragraph right potentially facing it eighteen billion dollars in fines from the U. S. environmental protection agency EPA on Friday accusing Volkswagen of intentionally violating its rules on toxic emissions by using destructive software new now a defeat device in nearly half a million cars in the U. S. , both when driving normally , writers Detroit bureau chief Jill why the issue here is that it Volkswagen really did do something that was that was outside the law especially cheated on to avoid spending hundreds of dollars a car on on a certain kind of the mission technology then Volkswagens rivals because they look you know they had an unfair advantage are that shouldn't be allowed the EPA accusing folks backing up using the complex in a four cylinder Volkswagen and outing either cars , in models unique between two thousand and nine to two thousand and fifteen the company if not recalling its card check yet but things could get more complicated for the German automaker people only cars I can complain and say look I've got a car that's not in compliance with the rules are it's not worth what I paid for it I'm I want some compensation back for Volkswagen so there's a lot of them administer this could go EP adding that owners of these cards do not need to take any immediate action , vehicles do not present a safety hazard