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References

Real MPG - Putting the Truth in Your Tank: References

July 13, 2006

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Consumers Union (CU). 2005. An In-Depth Comparison of Consumers Union's Passenger Vehicle Average MPG Estimates with Those Published by EPA and NHTSA.

Federal Register. Fuel Economy Labeling of Motor Vehicles: Revisions to Improve Calculation of Fuel Economy 71 F.R. 5426-5513, 5430 (2006).

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