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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Department of Energy figures on gas prices & inventory cited.
(Los Angeles: Sandra Hughes) The increased demand for more energy-efficient vehicles featured; details given of DaimlerChrysler’s fall to 5th place because most of its products are trucks & SUVs; August sales projections cited. [Chrysler auto worker Chris WALKER- says we’ve got to get more competitive.] [Auto industry analyst Todd TURNER- says people are looking for things that get better fuel economy.] [Auto DEALER – comments on the wait for smaller cars.] [Prius owner Warren BINZLEY- comments.]
(Studio: Bob Schieffer)
(Studio: Trish Regan) A "Consumer Reports" study casting doubt on the notion of ethanol as an alternative to gasoline reviewed; map shown of ethanol plants; fuel efficiency for gas vs. ethanol compared. [Northeast Biofuels Eric WILL- comments on converting a beer plant into an ethanol factory.] [“Consumer Reports” David CHAMPION- comments on the difficulty in finding E-85 fuel.]
- Schieffer, Bob;
- Hughes, Sandra;
- Regan, Trish
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