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Volkswagen to pay US auto dealers restitution after emissions scandal

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Volkswagen is pledging to pay restitution to hundreds of U.S. car dealers who've been hurt by the automaker's diesel emissions scandal. VW is hosting meetings around the country to explain how it will implement a historic $15 billion settlement agreed to last month with customers and regulators. It would cover the 500,000 affected cars on the road and another 12,000 dealers can't sell. (Run time: 0:22)