The New Zealand government is seeking feedback on a proposal to require fuel-consumption labels to be placed on vehicles sold by dealers. The labels could be attached to the vehicle’s windshield and display annual fuel costs, vehicle mileage and/or a star-rating comparison. The system could be operational by the middle of next year. Energy Ministry David Parker says the system will help consumers choose more-fuel-efficient cars and save them money while reducing exhaust emissions. ...
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