CitizenVectron Posted August 3, 2018 Share Posted August 3, 2018 24 minutes ago, b_m_b_m_b_m said: They're more likely to pick the most stringent, and run with those, unless there is a major, major disconnect in price for different skus of the same make and model. It's what other industries (like furniture flammability as an example) do with regard to state by state regulation. Remember, this is a plan not to make it easier for car companies, but to make more money for oil companies. So the logical next step is not only to freeze standards, but to also enforce mandatory maximums. Does X state have a 5 mpg lower standard than California? Then car companies will need to reduce consumption when selling in that state! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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