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Greenhouse Gas Labels for California Cars
A new labeling program will clarify some of the mystery behind the environmental impact of various car models in California. The California Air Resources Board thinks their program will help consumers to choose greener cars and trucks.
Vehicles will be rated on a scale from 1 (dirty) to 10 (clean). By way of example, AP reports that a Dodge Caravan minivan will score 3, a Toyota Corolla a 7, and a Honda Civic hybrid a 9.
Labels will start showing up on new cars by next month. All new cars must feature the stickers by 2009.
Of course, we at Carectomy feel that reducing driving miles is the preferred solution. But, if drive you must, reducing your impact is a positive step. The fact remains that the only “green” car is the one not driven – but it’s nice that we’re starting to take hard, critical looks at vehicle emissions.
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