As California goes, so goes the nation—particularly in the area of vehicle emission standards. According to multiple news agencies, a newly revised zero emission vehicle mandate, notoriously known as ZEV, may now require that by 2025, over 15% of vehicles sold within the borders of the Golden State must produce zero emissions.
At this moment, several other states are following California’s lead and designing their own mandates based on California’s ZEV. If this happens, manufacturers will be turning out more vehicles based on electric propulsion technology. The following article explains how ZEV is set to have a major impact on the United States auto market and, consequently, on the way America’s motorists drive.
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Will California’s Zero-Emissions Mandate Alter the Car Landscape?