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Reviews California: Sales ban for gasoline and diesel vehicles from 2035

10:20  24 september  2020
10:20  24 september  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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California , the biggest buyer of vehicles in the U.S., is banning sales of new gasoline - and Transportation accounts for more than half of California ’s carbon pollution, 80% percent of smog-forming pollution and 95% of harmful diesel emissions, Newsom’s office said in a statement.

WASHINGTON/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - California will ban the sale of new gasoline powered passenger cars and trucks starting in 2035 in a dramatic move to shift to electric vehicles and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, Governor Gavin Newsom said on Wednesday. "This is the most impactful

Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. Der US-Bundesstaat Kalifornien will ab 2035 keine Autos mit Verbrennungsmotor mehr zulassen. © John G. Mabanglo / EPA / dpa Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco. The US state of California will no longer allow cars with internal combustion engines from 2035.

The most populous US state of California wants to drastically reduce car emissions and from 2035 only allow emission-free new vehicles.

"This is the most effective step our state can take in the fight against climate change," said Governor Gavin Newsom on Wednesday. He made it clear that the order also applies to trucks. It has been allowed for far too long for cars to pollute the air with their exhaust gases. The transportation sector is currently responsible for more than 50 percent of greenhouse gas emissions in California.

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California plans to ban the sale of new gasoline -powered passenger cars and trucks starting in 2035 in a dramatic move to shift to electric vehicles and reduce California is the largest US auto market, accounting for about 11 percent of all US vehicle sales , and many states choose to adopt its green

California Governor Gavin Newsom today announced an executive order that bans the sale of gas -powered vehicles in the state beginning in 2035 . And in recent years, officials have floated the idea of banning gas -powered vehicle sales entirely. Today, the state of California plans to make

petrol and diesel cars should gradually disappear through the regulation. California suffers from bad air quality due to the high levels of smog in metropolises such as Los Angeles and forest fires and is considered a pioneer in terms of climate protection. Because of the regulation of car exhaust fumes, the state has been fighting for years with the administration of US President Donald Trump, which has turned back a tightening of the emission standards at the federal level that has already been decided. As the largest US auto market, California is very important to the auto industry.

Car-buying demand remained 'robust' in June despite pandemic .
"This quarter demonstrated the resilience of the U.S. consumer," said Jeff Kommor, head of U.S. sales at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV (FCA) , as the automaker reported a 39% slump in sales for the second quarter. Scott Fink, CEO of Fink Automotive Group, which has two Hyundai stores and single Chevrolet, Volkswagen and Mazda dealerships in the Tampa, Florida area, said his sales in June were "pretty good," but he was concerned about "hot-bed"This quarter demonstrated the resilience of the U.S. consumer," said Jeff Kommor, head of U.S. sales at FCA, as the automaker reported a 39% slump in sales for the second quarter.

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