The Environmental Protection Agency's Tier 2 emissions rules adopted last week are “headed in the right direction,” but don't go far enough when it comes to requiring cleaner fuels, says the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers. The Tier 2 rules, which President Clinton officially rolled out last Tuesday, will cut emissions from passenger cars in half and require light trucks to meet identical standards as cars for the first time by 2009 (see Ward's Automotive Reports — May 10, '99, p.1). ...
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