Lester Phelps, Bundanoon, NSW

In the November issue of Wheels, you dedicate some 12 pages to Dieselgate. However, if you continue reading you’ll find a small note stating, “GM pays the price”. It states that GM had known for some 10 years about a faulty ignition switch that has allegedly killed 124 people. Just what is more important?

Editor’s note: Dieselgate directly affects almost 100,000 Australian car owners, whereas the longrunning GM ignition switch scandal affects only US car owners.