NHTSA and White House work on defining CAFE's yearly fuel economy increases
Last week, NHTSA sent a proposal for how annual fuel economy increases might work to the White House. According to the Detroit News, NHTSA has specified four years of increases, but the White House Office of Management and Budget now gets to review and possibly revise the proposal. NHTSA said it would like the internal discussions completed by April, at which time the public would get a chance to comment. A final decision will likely come by the end of 2008.
[Source: David Shepardson / Detroit News]
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