By Jon LeSage Major automakers have sent a letter to President-elect Donald Trump’s White House transition team asking to ease regulatory pressure from the Obama administration’s fuel economy and emissions rule.
The proposal letter, sent by the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers yesterday, asks for a hold to be put on the ongoing midterm evaluation of the Obama administration’s 2025 fuel economy and greenhouse rules calling for 54.5 mpg. Members of the association representing major automakers would like to wait until Trump’s administration can “lead efforts” with regulators and automakers on “a pathway forward” for the final four years of the rules.
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