SACRAMENTO, CA – June 14, 2020 – (Motor Sports NewsWire) – In January of 2020, Comoto Holdings, Inc. (COMOTO), headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, settled its case with the California Air Resources Board (CARB) for emission violations related to the sale of non-exempted add-on or modified motorcycle parts in California. COMOTO owns Revzilla Motorsports, LLC, based out of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Cycle Gear, Inc.,based out of Benicia, California. CARB determined that Revzilla Motorsports, LLC and Cycle Gear, Inc. advertised, sold, and offered for sale, add-on or modified motorcycle parts without legal exemptions to California’s anti-tampering laws. Such parts replace or modify vital original emission components and manufacturer specified engine-operating conditions, and thus must be evaluated by CARB to demonstrate the vehicle’s continued emissions compliance. This conduct was in violation of California Vehicle Code section 27156 and 38391 and California Code of Regulations, title 13, sections 2220 et seq. and 2470 et seq.