Fuel Economy Archives

Safe at 60

United States Reaches Settlement with Hyundai and Kia in Historic Greenhouse Gas Enforcement Case – 11/3/14

Auto mileage reports should reflect reality: Column – 8/17/14

Eight-state coalition plans incentives for zero emission vehicles – 10/24/13

How the Honda Accord’s innovative hybrid system works – 9/30/13

Hyundai/Kia to Correct Overstated MPG Claims as Result of EPA Investigation – 11/2/2012

Recreational Vehicle Manufacturer to Pay $885,000 Penalty to Resolve Violations of the Clean Air Act – 9/6/2012

A New Skirmish in the Ethanol Wars – May 16, 2012

A Fine for Not Using a Biofuel That Doesn’t Exist – 1/9/2012

Carmakers Back Strict New Rules for Gas Mileage

Remarks by John German, ICCT, July 28, 2011

Drilling in Detroit (Safety Chapter) June 2001

Safe Road to Fuel Economy, April 1991

CAS CAFE/Green House Gas Comment to EPA/NHTSA, Nov. 27, 2009

Hybrid history

Raising fuel standards could save auto industry

New Report Shows that Within Vehicle Class, Fuel Efficiency Varies Widely

GM makes 2 hybrid pickups available all over the U.S.

COMMENT: Lighter vehicles are not unsafe

Energy Bill Extends Oil-Wasting Fuel Economy Loophole

E.P.A Holds Back Report on Car Fuel Efficiency

A Winning Hybrid Shows the Way

8 Engines That Missed

Big 3 play catch-up in the hybrid game

Automakers Gear Up for California Climate Fight

2004 CAS Comment on “Reforming the Automobile Fuel Economy Standards Program”

EPA MPG Test Doesn’t Work for Hybrids

CAS Opposes Flexible Fuel Vehicle CAFE Credit

GM Praises Sales Success of Fuel Efficient Models

CAS 1995 House Testimony on CAFE

Green Machine: Eco-friendly Auto Club Challenges Long-dominant AAA

Where AAA and its critics have disagreed

2001 Senate CAFE Testimony



2001 Senate CAFE Testimony


CAS 1995 House Testimony on CAFE