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Council to Consider Letting Fuel Efficient Cars Park for Free

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(KSL News) Energy-savvy drivers may soon be allowed to park for free in Salt Lake City.

Mayor Rocky Anderson is pushing an ordinance to allow drivers of alternative-fuel, fuel-efficient and low-polluting vehicles to park free at all city metered parking.

Council to Consider Letting Fuel Efficient Cars Park for Free

The ordinance will go before the City Council tonight.

Energy-conscious communters already have perks, including a free pass to the HOV lane and federal and state tax breaks.

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