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Vehicle Fuel Economy: Reforming Fuel Economy Standards Could Help Reduce Oil Consumption by Cars and Light Trucks, and Other Options Could Complement These Standards
Katherine A. Siggerud (au)
Concerns over national security, environmental stresses, & high fuel prices have raised interest in reducing oil consumption. Through the Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) program, the Nat. Highway Safety Admin. (NHTSA) requires cars & light trucks to meet certain fuel economy standards. This report discusses: (1) how CAFE standards are designed to reduce fuel consumption; (2) strengths & weaknesses of the CAFE program & NHTSA’s capabilities; & (3) market-based policies that could complement or replace CAFE. To do this work, the author reviewed recent studies & interviewed leading experts & agency officials. Includes recommendations. Charts & tables.
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