Automakers Petition White House To Reject 62-MPG CAFE Standard

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Automakers Petition White House To Reject 62-MPG CAFE Standard
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A trade group representing Detroit’s three automakers as well as Toyota is currently urging the Obama administration to say no to a proposal that could mandate a 62-mpg CAFE (Corporate Average Fuel Economy) industry standard by 2025. The Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, in a letter addressed to Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood and Environmental Protection Agency administrator… Continue Reading...

Feds Delay on 62-MPG CAFE Rules for 2025

Feds Delay on 62-MPG CAFE Rules for 2025
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With automakers currently struggling to meet the 35-mpg Corporate Average Fuel Economy standards set in place for 2016, the thought of a 62-mpg CAFE number for 2025 is unimaginable by many. That 62-mpg number, the result of a proposed 3 to 6 percent increase in fleet fuel economy starting in 2017, has just been delayed…. Continue Reading...
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