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Boosting Fuel Economy Would Increase Highway Safety
The second measure, offered by Sen. Richard Durbin (D-Ill.), would increase fuel economy standards for passenger cars, SUVs and minivans to 40 mpg by 2015 ... fuel economy standards for pickup trucks to 27.5 mpg. Currently, cars must get 27.5 mpg, while SUVs must get 20.7 mpg. Lawmakers engaged in a similar debate over fuel economy ...
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Fuel Economy | US EPA
The city and highway miles per gallon (MPG) estimates help consumers compare the fuel economy of different vehicles. ... driving conditions and styles, the new methods will bring the MPG estimates closer to the fuel economy consumers actually achieve ... cold temperature operation and use of air conditioning. The new MPG estimates will take effect with 2008 models. For more ...
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Are You suprised ?
Each automobile sold in US is divided into four separate fleets: imported passenger cars, ... of light duty vehicles has increased by 60 percent, from 15.3 miles per gallon (mpg) to 25 mpg. Moreover, most of the efficiency improvements were obtained by improving technology, with little change ...
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RE: Support H.R. 3762 to improve our national, economic and environmental security
Increasing CAFE standards to 33 mpg will reduce demand by ... Union has set a goal of over 44 mpg by 2008 for new vehicles, including light trucks, up from 37 mpg in 2002; and Japan has set a goal of 48 mpg by 2010, up from 46 mpg in 2002. If the Europeans ...
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energy efficiency
When buying a vehicle, you can save a lot ... label, or Fuel Economy Label, that lists the estimated miles per gallon for both city and highway driving. Compare the fuel economy of ...
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energy efficiency for secondary students
At $2 per gallon, that equals $1,000 in fuel costs alone. The number of ... declined from a high of about 26 miles per gallon (mpg) in 1988 to less than 24.5 mpg in 1999 due to increased vehicle size and ... estimated miles per gallon for both city and highway driving. Compare the fuel economy ratings of the vehicles you are considering and make mpg’s a ...
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Regulations & Standards | Fuel Economy | US EPA
Light Trucks Fuel Economy Home Regulations & Standards Regulations & Standards The city and highway miles per gallon (MPG) estimates help consumers compare the fuel economy of different vehicles when shopping for new cars ...
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You might know your Miles Per Ga
Per Gallon (mpg). Do you know your Annual Miles Per Gallon Of Petroleum (a-mpg-op)? What the heck is a-mpg-op? When you consider how much petroleum you are consuming for your transportation, most people think about miles per gallon ... only contains 67% per gallon of the energy in a gallon of gasoline. That shows up in reduced mpg. As far as ...
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The carbon offset industry can't see the wood for the trees, argues Adam Ma'anit. | July 2006 | New Internationalist
TerraPass.9 The average fuel economy for a Ford car is 18.8 miles per gallon. That’s last in US Environmental Protection Agency list of top six automakers.10 According ... climate change it will increase its fleet’s overall miles per gallon (MPG) and not peddle spurious offsets based on cooked MPG numbers.’ Ford is also a member of the Competitive Enterprise ...
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Pacific Institute Publications > Essays and Opinion > CAFE is the Way
Bringing fuel-efficiency standards up to 40 miles-per-gallon (mpg) would save consumers an estimated $9.8 billion a year on fuel costs while reducing ... , the UCS estimates that cars and trucks might be able to get 55 miles-per-gallon by 2020. Updating CAFE standards would also have another crucial benefit: it will reduce our ...
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