Car Buyers Found Themselves Ineligible for Cash for Clunkers Over the WeekendBy Cuong Huynh • Jul 28th, 2009 • Category: Clean Car Talk Daily Snapshots, Videos
Some cars’ combined mpg has magically increased or decreased over the weekend. So why is that important you ask? Well for those who thought their old cars qualify for the Car Allowance Rebate System (CARS) or Cash For Clunkers program last week, they found out over the weekend that they now no longer qualify!
According to cars.gov, which is the government’s sole source for official information on the CARS program, trade-in vehicles generally must get a combined 18 or less mpg in order to qualify for the cash program. The combined mpg can no longer be found at fueleconomy.gov website, as previously instructed. You now need to go here http://blogs.edmunds.com/strategies/2009/07/epa-refreshes-cash-for-clunkers-eligible-mpg-ratings.html to find your eligibility.
People have already run into problems, as reported on Edmunds.com.
Here’s a piece from CNN.com, 07-28-09.
Cuong Huynh is a marketing communications consultant working in the San Diego area. Cuong is dedicated to helping individuals and companies maximize their presence on the Internet and efficiently take products and services to market through SEO and network marketing. Cuong also maintains a blog on Marketing at marketingautopsyblog.com. You can also find Cuong Huynh's profile on LinkedIn. For fun he maintains a blog on Vietnamese pho, soccer and do storyboards for movie and film projects. Follow Cuong on Twitter @CuongHuynh, @LovingPho, @CleanCarTalk, @BlockbusterFilm, @SoccerUSA.
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