Infographic: How Fuel Economy Standards Work

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By Jason Kuruvilla on Tuesday, September 27th, 2016

There are lots of reasons to want better fuel economy in our vehicles–saving gasoline is good for our pocketbooks, the economy, and the environment.  And the good news is, today’s cars and trucks are more fuel efficient than ever and will keep on getting better, thanks to strong federal fuel economy and greenhouse gas standards.  But how the fuel economy standards work can get a little complex, so we’ve made a handy infographic to break it down.  Check it out!

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One response to “Infographic: How Fuel Economy Standards Work”

  1. Mona Caren says:

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    Don’t shop at Walgreens and the Corporate is only about greed and their bottom line and they have no interest in their customer’s well being or safety. They make millions and we get mugged with no compensation for our losses or injuries from the Corporate end. Their unethical and ridiculous SEDGWICK Insurance includes a lot of incompetent 20 somethings who were even born when Walgreens long time customers spent thousands of dollars at their stores. Greedy unethical company which has lost me as a customer forever !

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