Fewer cars, not cleaner air, is EV mandate's goal

DeLorenzo, Matt
January 1995
AutoWeek;1/16/95, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p10
Trade Publication
Criticizes the electric vehicle mandate's goal of the California legislature to attain zero emission vehicles by 1998. Comment that the proposed plan is against Volvo's announcement of offering an electric hybrid vehicle in California; Claim that the mandate would limit total new vehicle sales in California.


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