DETROIT, March 24 (Reuters) - With U.S. gasoline prices hovering at all-time highs, the Environmental Protection Agency opened the door on Wednesday to a possible revision of its fuel economy testing procedures for new cars and light trucks. The move, which could provide consumers and U.S. policy makers with a more accurate picture of fuel efficiency in real-world driving conditions, came in response to a petition filed nearly two years ago by the Bluewater Network environmental group. ...
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