Most likely not. The program’s costs exceeded the benefits by approximately $2000 per car traded. It could possibly come back in another form but the program as it was instituted was not a success, economically speaking.
I agree. The original $1 billion used to fund the program (from taxpayers’ money) was blown through in a week, and the extra $2 billion to supplement it ran out within a month. It was too inefficient to continue, and any program based off of it will likely be met with intense skepticism.
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