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EPA to Overhaul Vehicle Fuel Economy Test

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency wants to have new fuel economy test in place by the 2008 model year. Many organizations and the U.S. Senate agree that current fuel economy numbers are inflated by 10-30 percent and need to better reflect real-life driving conditions. These would be the first major changes to the EPA fuel economy tests since 1985.

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