Honk If You Hate The Epa

Already bedeviled by traffic jams, pothole-pitted roads, and rising sticker prices, car owners may be pushed over the brink by the Environmental Protection Agency's tough new rules on auto emissions. The EPA's July 13 proposal will require some 100 million cars to undergo far stricter--and more expensive--testing than current regulations mandate. And owners of cars that can't pass may find themselves stuck with repair bills of as much as $450.

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