Car Emission Standards Imposed By Obama To Be Reviewed By Trump Admin

A notice was already given by officials under the Trump administration that they are planning to ease up the current rules that are imposed with regards to the emission of greenhouse gases. This decision will be employed only in new car models. This is the most recent action that the current administration decided to do as a response to the climate policies that were put into place by President Barack Obama.

When one is planning to buy a new car seat for their baby, they check on car seat reviews and the same was done by the previous admin when it comes to deciding on implementing the emission standards of vehicles.

The federal register has already received the notice and it states that the Environmental Protection Agency together with the Transportation Department is planning to rewrite the emissions standards that were imposed on cars as well as light trucks. These standards will take effect from 2021 until 2025.

According to analysts, there is a big difference between Clean Power Plan which was introduced by Obama and the emissions standards which is necessary in order to reduce the accumulated gases that contributes to global warming. The former received more scrutiny compared to the latter.

Dave Cooke, Union of Concerned Scientists’ senior vehicle analyst, said that the benefits that can be derived from reducing the car emissions are almost the same ones that can be achieved in Clean Power Plant. He refers to the program as a necessary one.

Scott Pruitt, the administrator of EPA, said that they are trying to review the emission standards law that were imposed but they want to make sure that it is in line with the timeframe. This decision came after the EPA decided to stop the proposal to impose stricter rules when it comes to fuel efficiency.

They believe that as parents are conscious when it comes to buying safety gears for their cars such as checking car seat reviews, they will also be responsible when it comes to buying fuel and car models that comply with the acceptable emission standards.