Nearly three-quarters of new vehicles sold in California by 2020 will produce few if any emissions. That’s the prediction of the California Air Resources Board (CARB), which earlier recently released its forecast for sales of partial zero emissions vehicles (PZEV) and zero emissions vehicles (ZEV) for each year through 2020. CARB gives figures for conventionally powered PZEV vehicles that have super-ultra low emissions vehicle emissions and 15-year, 150,000-mile (240,000 km) ...

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