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Safety Gains From Heavier Cars May Be Cited to Cut MPG Rules [Bloomberg Business News]

FORD MOTOR (F)  More Company Research Source: Bloomberg Business News
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PDF The Trump administration is said to be reviewing the safety advantages of heavier cars -- a point of controversy among researchers -- as it considers lowering future automotive fuel economy targets by as much as 23 percent. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is evaluating the implications of weaker targets as the Trump administration and California regulators discuss the fate of ambitious standards charted under President Barack Obama, according to documents obtained by Bloomberg News. One advantage of the change the agency cites in the documents would be a potential drop in highway deaths, which have been stubbornly rising in recent years. For example, one scenario in the draft NHTSA analysis would permit an average fleetwide fuel economy standard of 35.7 miles per gallon by 2026, down from a 46.6 miles per gallon under the Obama-era target. Traffic fatalities would be reduced by an average of nearly 1,200 per year from 2036 through 2 [Read more]

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