Put American consumers first
The EPA and NHTSA have proposed a new rule that would amend costly Obama-era fuel economy standards, saving American consumers thousands of dollars on vehicles.
According to the EPA, amending these regulations will save consumers more than $2,300 in overall average ownership costs for a new vehicle. On top of that, it is expected that these reforms will save 1,000 lives per year by making it easier for Americans to afford safer, newer vehicles.
Sign this letter in support of this proposed rule change, and tell the federal government to put American consumers first!