Well, I've been waiting for Governor Jerry Brown to answer my email for long enough now. Perhaps it's because I'm not part of his constituency...(I'm from Quebec)...anyway, here's my idea and maybe some Californians will read this and email their governor. After all, it's California that decides what regulations will apply to North American cars....Is anyone reading this old enough to remember when North American cars had floor vents? Just reach down beside your legs on the outside of the footwell and pull a lever, and enormous amounts of cold air would rush up your legs and engulf your body (when you were moving at speed of course). That, combined with the little triangular windows at the front corner of the front windows, which could be opened and directed onto your face, was all you needed much of the time for cooling. Then the Japanese introduced their cars without those vents, but with air conditioning, and by the end of the 70s NA manufacturers got wise, and found out they could sell a lot more air conditioning units with their cars if they eliminated those vents. I just bought a Volkswagen Jetta and it's so streamlined that you can't open any window to get some air without severe buffeting. So now I have to have the air conditioning turned on in three seasons. And I live in Canada for crying out loud! What a waste of energy. Please bring back the floor vents (and triangular windows.