Long-haul truck manufacturer PACCAR Inc. will pay more than $1.7 million to settle allegations the company may have evaded sanctions against Iran. PACCAR’s Netherlands-based subsidiary, DAF Trucks N.V., allegedly sold or supplied 63 trucks worth about $5.4 million to European customers that “it knew or had reason to know were ultimately intended for buyers in Iran,” according to OFAC. PACCAR is engaged primarily in the manufacture and sale of trucks and related goods and services, including under the DAF nameplate, among others. DAF sells its trucks through anetwork of more than 300 independent dealers that enter into dealer agreements that govern each dealer’s relationship with DAF. DAF dealers typically purchase trucks from DAF and then resell the trucks to end-customers. DAF builds most trucks pursuant to specific dealer orders for immediate resale to identified end-customers.