Report: NADA chairman urges Fed to reconsider fuel rules
Of course, Tonkin's argument hinges against further upping CAFE numbers hinges upon fuel prices staying at their current levels -- something that even the most optimistic minds are hesitant to believe. The federal government is expected to unveil its plan for increasing fuel economy standards early next year. So far, word has it that the Obama Administration is looking to impose an average of 35 mpg by 2016 and as much as 60 mpg by 2025.
[Source: The Detroit News | Image: NADA]
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