Tougher EPA '08 mileage estimates are issued.

The fuel economy estimates plastered on the windows of new cars and trucks will fall by about 2 to 4 miles per gallon on average under new rules unveiled Monday by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. The EPA's new standards, first proposed in January, are designed to make fuel economy estimates more accurate. The old mileage tests were last updated in 1985 and had been the source of growing complaints of over-optimistic projections for fuel efficiency.

Tougher EPA '08 mileage estimates are issued.
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