This new program is a great idea, and will probably help out people who use cars for work, like drivers if they trade their car for a more fuel-efficient car, but why not just make a law that no car can be manufactured that does under “x” mpg? We have the technology to make that happen, why not use it? Personally, I’m anxious to see when cars like the VW Polo are released in America. The car is a turbo-diesel that gets between 60 and 70 miles per gallon and sells for thousand LESS than a Toyota Prius. And it looks pretty nice, too. There’s a picture of one here: Polo

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