Your Car, Your Money, Your Decision – Help Us Keep It That Way
ACT NOW: Tell your elected representative you oppose the EPA’s proposed de facto electric vehicle mandate!
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For months, the EPA has been pushing full speed ahead with a proposed rule that intends to rapidly transition the new car market to electric vehicles.
Thankfully, some legislators in the House of Representatives are fighting back with legislation that would prohibit the EPA from restricting what types of vehicles can be offered, allowing you and the market to decide what sells.
But they need your help convincing the other legislators to get on board.
The EPA’s proposal would mean that effectively 67 percent of new passenger vehicles and 46 percent of new medium-duty trucks and vans must be all-electric by 2032. This amounts to a de facto ban on new gasoline and diesel-fueled vehicles.
This rule hurts us in a few ways:
- It ignores consumer vehicle preference.
- It limits opportunities for other technologies that could meet emissions goals faster.
- It forces us to rely on foreign supply chains for critical minerals that make up electric vehicle batteries.
- It fails to account for electric power infrastructure inadequacies in different geographical areas.
Americans need and deserve dependable transportation that is fueled by affordable and reliable American-made energy.
Getting to work, getting kids to school, or going to doctors’ appointments are not optional. But you should have the option to pick the type of vehicle that gets you there.