NEWCASTLE, U.K. – Color-coded labels to help motorists choose more eco-friendly cars are being road tested at sales outlets across the U.K. The new government scheme aims to provide motorists with information on the amount of carbon dioxide given off by the car. David Jamieson The most eco-friendly cars have green labels, while those with the highest emission levels have red. The labels are being added to select new cars and used cars registered since March 2001. In recent ...
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