The Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee voted to increase fuel efficiency standards to an average of 35 miles per gallon by 2020. That’s an increase of about 40 percent from the current levels of 25 mpg for cars and trucks. Raising the mileage standards is a good way to help the environment and help reduce demand for foreign oil.
posted by Phillip Brownlee
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