The Worldwide Fuel Charter was first established in 1998 to promote greater understanding of the fuel quality needs of motor vehicle technologies and to harmonise fuel quality world-wide in accordance with vehicle needs.It provides recommended fuel specifications for a range of grades of Gasoline and Diesel fuel for use with engines designed for different levels of emission control. It also provides a full explanation of the various aspects of fuel quality and their effects on vehicle emissions.It is developed and published by the World-Wide Fuel Charter Committee, made up of representatives of Auto Manufacturers from Europe (ACEA), the USA (AAM) and Japan (JAMA) and Engine Manufacturers (EMA), with associate members from most other countries where automobiles are manufactured, and with the support of OICA.

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