Brazil walks to the future. Last Saturday, October 20, in the Senate, was approved by the Committee on Economic Affairs the draft law 454/2017 which intends to take from the streets vehicles that possess the engine driven combustion, namely by gasoline, gas or diesel. The prohibition of these vehicles will occur gradually until the total extinction in 2060.
The measure would start for the year 2030, and 90% of the total number of zero-kilometer vehicles would be for those already using these fuels, as a result the index would fall to 70% in 2040, and 10% in 2050 until the total ban in 2060. In this law, are included the passenger cars, heavy or light powered by fossil fuels, and the hybrids or endowed by Moto Flex.
The proposal has the authorship of Senator Telmário Mota (PTB-RR), had as rapporteur of the text Senator Cristovão Buarque (PPS-DF) and will be analyzed by the Environment Committee to be approved. The automotive sector is responsible for issuing 15% of the pollutant gases, with the application of the plan the country will be highly benefited because, in addition to avoiding pollution will have the reduction of the greenhouse effect.ACESSE AS REDES DA PANORAMA OFFSHORE: