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US federal agency fines GM over delayed recall answers


The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has announced that General Motors is being currently fined $7,000 a day because it missed the April 3 deadline to answer questions regarding the ignition switch recall. NHTSA is currently conducting a probe on why the automaker waited until this February to issue a recall that has so far encompassed 2.6 million cars over a ...
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GM gives the NHTSA 200,000 pages of answers
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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has been petitioned by the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers, to further enhance safety by asking side mirrors to be changed with cameras. Just recently, ending ...
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General Motors has recently announced another recall which is affecting a total of 1.3 million units this time in the American market because of a problem with the power steering. The ...
NHTSA Head Said GM Did Not Share Important Information in Faulty Ignition Switch Investigation
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Breaking: GM Has Ignored Proposed Ignition Switch Fix in 2005 Due to High Costs
According to new documents from the US congressional investigators, GM refused a proposed fix of the ignition switches in the Chevrolet Cobalt back in 2005 due to high piece and ...
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