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Breaking the 11 MPG Barrier
June 25, 2015 // TruckingInfo.Com

The new project truck will incorporate some 20 different fuel-saving technologies and a handful of custom aerodynamic features, including Eco mudflaps, wheel covers, a roof extension, an airflow deflector, and an air control bumper, and a FASS fuel system. . .  read more

Three receive California's premier air quality award
June 25, 2015 // California Air Resources Board

SACRAMENTO - The California Air Resources Board today honored recipients of the 2014 Haagen-Smit Clean Air Awards, California's premier award recognizing individuals who have made outstanding contributions to improving air quality. The recipients inclu. . .  read more

Drivers Say Fuel Economy Better Than EPA Ratings; Discrepancies Matter, Though
June 24, 2015 // The Washington Post

In the end, the measured fuel economy matched EPA ratings, leading AAA to conclude that "driving behavior, vehicle condition, driving environment, and terrain" were the primary reasons for the discrepancies. Certain types of vehicles also proved more l. . .  read more

Port of Oakland diesel emissions way down, world takes note
June 24, 2015 // Port of Oakland

UC Civil and Environmental Engineering Prof. Robert Harley said state and Port programs have modernized Oakland’s harbor truck fleet. The result: not only are black carbon emissions plummeting, but nitrogen oxides, which create ozone, are down 53 percent.. . .  read more

6 features the 2016 Chevy Cruze counts on for a win
June 24, 2015 // The Detroit Free Press

A brand new 1.6L diesel that goes on sale later aims to battle established leaders like the VW Golf and Jetta diesel and could win a few buyers who were considering hybrids. It'll need a highway fuel rating above 43 m.p.g. to beat the VWs, established lea. . .  read more

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If gasoline & diesel costs keep getting closer, more US consumers are likely to rethink their choice of fuel @edmunds
about 10 hours ago