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California Really Wants to Ban Gasoline Cars

According to a Daily Caller report, California has plans of fining auto manufacturers who don’t comply with quotas for electric car production.

This plan is part of the state’s broader campaign to prohibit the sale of gas-powered vehicles by 2035. The electric vehicle scheme consists of the state fining automakers up to $20,000 for every vehicle that falls below California’s electric vehicle (EV) production targets.

Per California Air Resources Board (CARB) Chairwoman Liane Randolph, California will fine automakers if they do not meet the state’s quotas for electric car manufacturing.

Zooming out, California’s anti-gas-powered car regulations are designed to incentivize the production of additional electric cars. Read more…

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