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The Environmental Protection Agency wants to put automakers’ mileage claims to the test.

An EPA proposal would require automakers to road test vehicles to verify mileage claims posted on window sticker prices, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing EPA officials.

The move follows the recent restatement of EPA ratings on several cars and light trucks by Hyundai, Kia and Ford.

It's part of a broader effort by the agency to more carefully scrutinize mpg figures published by automakers.
 



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After 40 Years EPA Finally Wants Automakers To Actually Test Vehicles For Accuracy Of Mileage Claims

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