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EPA Asks For Your Input In New Fuel Economy Labels for Cars

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Transportation are asking the public what information they need to make the best economic and environmental decisions when buying a new car. The two agencies are proposing changes to the fuel economy labels consumers see on the window of every new vehicle in dealer showrooms.

The new labels are designed to provide consumers with simple, straightforward energy and environmental information for all types of vehicles, including electric vehicles, plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, and regular gas-powered vehicles.

Learn moreĀ andĀ find out how you can view the proposed changes and offer your feedback.

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