To be able to bring a program like cash for clunkers back we would need tremendous government funding. I think this program was a huge success while it was offered, and it did end up getting quite a few polluting cars off the road. However, it perhaps wasn’t the best idea to enforce destroying the engines. For those people who traded a car in under these conditions, they got a great deal toward getting a new, more fuel efficient and less polluting car. But I wonder if those cars couldn’t have been put to good use, or if the engines could have still been used.
To bring a program like this back, it would likely take another crisis in the automotive market, or a big revolution in automotive fuel efficiency so the government would have an incentive to get us to purchase new cars.
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