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California to ban sales of new gasoline and diesel vehicles from 2035
 December 5, 2022

California to ban sales of new gasoline and diesel vehicles from 2035

Following a similar decision in the European Union of America, the State of California announced a gradual increase in sales of new diesel and gasoline vehicles by 2035. The California Board to Increase Resources (CARB) has long caused automakers to increase the number of stricter areas than those introduced by the US federal definition. But on Thursday, he voted in favor of the new Advanced Clean Cars II rules, challenging the auto industry. Currently, about 16% of new cars and light trucks sold in bicycles are classified as Zero Proximity Vehicles (ZEV). According to the new regulation, this share will rise to 35% by 2026, 51% by 2028, 76% by 2031 and 100% by 2035, after which the sale of passenger cars with internal combustion engines and light trucks will be completely banned. However, manufacturers of cars with internal combustion engines still retain some freedom. Of course, by definition, ZEV includes not only battery cars (100% electric vehicles), but also plug-in hybrids. It is likely that they can travel more than 50 miles (80 km) on a single charge, and if the sale of such cars does not exceed 20% of the total number of ZEVs sold. CARB expects this drastic move to cut vehicle emissions by 50% in 2040, paving the way to zero emissions by 2050. The council suggests that improving air quality will save about $13 billion in health care costs. Source: New Atlas

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