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SHOULD CARS 1 Should Cars Be More Efficient Harold Jackson, Jr. SCI 207 Dr. Dariush Azimi February 28, 2011
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SHOULD CARS 2 With the increased production f automobiles each year there is an ongoing debate of whether or not cars and trucks for that matter should be more efficient. We see each day that automakers are in steady competition to see who can release the biggest most powerful SUV and the most fuel efficient hybrid vehicles. I intend to show the arguments of both sides of the question being “Should cars be more efficient”. There is an ongoing debate in our government as to whether or not regulation needs to be placed upon automakers to improve the efficiency of automobiles. On one side David Friedman from “Café Stadards” says “Yes”. He argues that the technology exists to improve the fuel efficiency standards for new cars and trucks and requiring improved efficiency can cut oil
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Unformatted text preview: imports, save money, create jobs, and help with global warming. As we know, there are two sides to every argument. Opposing Friedman, is Charli E Coon. He’s from “Why the Governments CAFÉ standards for fuel efficiency should be repealed, Not increased.”. He argues that CAFÉ failed to meet its goals of reducing oil imports and gasoline consumption and has endangered human lives. He goes on to say that it needs to be abolished and replaced with market based solutions. (Easton, 2008) I will dive into both sides of the issue and use past and current data to support the thoughts on both each sides. The date will provide statistics and economic measures used to determine the pros and cons of vehicle efficiency. SHOULD CARS 3 Reference: Easton, T. (2008). Taking sides: Clashing views on controversial environmental issues. (Custom 13 th ed.).New York: McGraw-Hill....
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