miles per gallon
The average fuel economy of current model year vehicles is 14 percent higher than just four years ago, according to researchers at the University of Michigan.
After two months of increases, the average fuel economy of all vehicles sold in the United States fell by a half mile per gallon.
An overwhelming majority of consumers believe that fuel-efficiency standards for cars and trucks should be improved, according to a new poll by the Consumer Reports National Research Center.
About once a decade, there’s a big fight to force car companies to do more to reduce our dependence on oil. But what about all the other industries that use oil?
The Federal Government is looking at new standards that would significantly increase miles per gallon requirements for the auto makers.