Plugging a Consumer Approach to Establishing Fuel Standards

Triplett, Tim
November 2010
Metal Center News;Nov2010, Vol. 50 Issue 12, p6
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the legislators's approach to the establishment of the federal fuel economy standards in the U.S. The author emphasizes the significance of establishing fuel standards because of the competition in automotive technology. He also stresses that the government should influence the consumers, not the manufacturers, since they are the ones who will make the final decision on fuel efficiency.


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