The EPA wants to take a closer look at the fuel economy testing methods used by automakers in order to close loopholes allowing for too-high ratings.Read more
EPA has studied the fleet wide fuel economy of major automakers, crowning Nissan as the automaker with the most efficient and Fiat-Chysler the worst.Read more
The EPA has awarded Mercedes-Benz extra fuel economy credits for bringing start-stop and other efficient technologies to its entire fleet of luxury cars.Read more
Renewable identification number (RIN) fraud is estimated to be in the tens of millions of dollars. Companies taking part in these scams could now face civil fines from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.Read more
Hog and pig poop is disgusting and there are tens of millions of these curly tailed animals in farmsRead more
In a nation suddenly concerned about squeezing as much mileage as we can out of our everyday consumer cars—and don’t get me wrong, we are correct in that goal—who’s paying attention to the big rigs?
The Federal government finally is, it turns out. For too long the large commercial trucks and buses have not been subject to the fuel-economy standards imposed on smaller vehicles, but that’s about to end with the imposition of new fuel economy standards on the larger vehicles starting in 2014.
I’ve done a lot of research into converting a car to CNG or propane, and its slim pickin’s for EPA-approvedRead more
Last year, amidst the recession and bankruptcies of two American automakers, the average fuel economy of cars sold in 2009Read more
Just about a month ago U.S. automakers, the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration and the Environmental Protection Agency — workingRead more