DEARBORN, MI – The U.S. “Cash for Clunkers” stimulus program, which has ignited car sales, not only is succeeding in moving the metal, it also is going a long way in cleaning up the environment, Ford Motor Co. officials say. Vehicles already traded in under the program (formally called the Car Allowance Rebate System) for more fuel-efficient alternatives are expected to result in a reduction of 1.7 million- 2.2 million tons (1.5 million-2 million t) of carbon-dioxide emissions over the ...
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