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How many people will no longer be able to afford a new vehicle if the government raises the price of a new car by about $3,000?
It’s expected that drivers will spend $553 million at the gas pump for their holiday travel over the next few days.
While smaller cars are designed with safety in mind, “safety” is a relative term. Just as it’s a given that the smallest cars normally provide the highest fuel economy, it’s also a given that generally speaking, the larger a car is, the safer it is.
We’ve got answers to each of these questions, and we’ll answer them by looking at the potential steps automakers will take, and how each of these steps could influence what consumers will pay.
The Obama administration has announced new federal standards to increase fuel economy and reduce the pollution for new cars and trucks sold in the United States.
Gas prices have now sustained a daily increase in price over a month of days and there appears to be no end in sight. Pundits in many different disciplines have predicted gas prices to reach or exceed $5.00 a gallon in the summer of 2011. We’re unsure of where gas prices will end up this…