Are Americans ready to say goodbye to gas guzzlers?
With gas prices surging, several members of Congress are urging the Bush administration to raise fuel efficiency standards for American cars, a move opposed by Detroit's "Big Three" auto makers. Midmorning looks at how the government and the auto industry are responding to high gas prices.
- Walter McManus: Director of the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute.
- Phil Reed: Consumer advice editor for Edmunds.com, a Web site that offers research and advice on new and used automobiles.
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