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The Trump administration has released new fuel efficiency standards for cars and trucks. Now they are less strict than they were under Obama.

"The final rule is a dialed-down version of the one the administration originally planned. Instead of proposing zero improvements in fuel efficiency in coming years, it would require automakers to increase fuel economy across their fleets by 1.5% a year, with a goal of achieving an average of about 40 miles per gallon by 2026. That’s still a major departure from current rules, which mandate annual increases of 5%, reaching an average of 54 mpg by 2025."

This change seems completely unnecessary to me, The gas and oil companies don't need any more favors from the government.

 
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