Senate unanimously rules in favor of noisy hybrids, electric cars
The measure, called the Pedestrian Safety Enhancement Act of 2010 and backed by Democratic Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts, aims to establish standards for alerting pedestrians of the possible danger of an approaching vehicle that moves in near silence. With the Senate voting in favor of the bill, it will now head off to the House of Representatives, which is expected to okay its passage as well.
[Source: Green Car Advisor]
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