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Greenhouse gas Confidence: 86%
Air pollution Confidence: 82%
Fuel economy in automobiles Confidence: 79%
United States Environmental Protection Agency Confidence: 77%
Fuel efficiency Confidence: 77%
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|Top level heading|
|Fuel economy home page|
|2nd level heading|
|Find & compare cars|
|Hybrids & electrics|
|Calculators and other tools|
|New on fueleconomy.gov…|
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