Proposed changes to the corporate average fuel economy (CAFE) standard would make light trucks subject to varying degrees of fuel efficiency based on “footprint” rather than weight. The proposed standard would divide light trucks into six categories defined by multiplying a vehicle’s wheelbase by its track width. What Washington calls “Reformed CAFE,” would require improved performance in each category, but larger vehicles would be subject to less stringent requirements than smaller ...

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