SAFE Vehicles Rule Will Put More Americans In Newer, Safer Cars and Trucks

Did you hear that last year the NHTSA and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency together proposed the Safer Affordable Fuel Efficient (SAFE) Vehicles Rule?! This proposal is said to help establish new fuel economy and greenhouse gas standards for model year 2021-2026 passenger cars and light trucks.

According to National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Deputy Administrator, Heidi King, “Today, automakers are struggling to meet the existing standards. EPA’s latest ‘Trends Report’ showed that despite record fuel economy gains, all but three of the thirteen major automakers failed to meet their performance targets for the 2017 model year.” The NHTSA says “The SAFE Vehicles Rule encourages innovation and allows automakers the flexibility to respond to consumers’ needs.“

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