The EPA could be coming for your old truck’s tailpipes

The EPA could be coming for that old truck you drive around the farm.

Administrator Michael Regan will propose new tailpipe emissions by July and they could be strict. He says that they need to be urgent enough to address the climate crisis.

His agency is currently rewriting a Trump-era regulation, which relaxed vehicle tailpipe emissions through 2026. Regan has also expressed interest in allowing states, like California, to set their own stricter emission standards.


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