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US: regulators seek increased recall pace


Both members of the Congress and the Obama administration want besides bigger fines for automakers an increased authority base to be given to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. The lawmakers are seeking a larger set of rules that would ensure unsafe cars are swiftly taken off the streets, while the automakers are deterred through increased scrutiny and higher fines. Congress ...
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Recall mayhem spurs supply chain problems
All you need to be convinced that 2014 is the year of the recall is to just take a look at GM and Toyota’s tally so far, with the duo ...
US: record recall numbers on fast approach
Looks like 2014 is shaping up to be the year of recalls in the US, and to a little extent in the rest of the world as well. With the ...
GM’s recalls are not over as vehicles are still probed
General Motors, after being publicly condemned for the very late recall of cars equipped with a defective ignition switch, embarked on a safety crusade which so far led to 29 ...
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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 ...
Research: Mercedes-Benz the Automaker With the Fewest Vehicle Recalls in the US
According to a recent study on safety recalls in the US, German automaker Mercedes-Benz has recalled the fewest vehicles among all car makers. US automaker General Motors, which is currently involved ...
Barclays Analyst Says GM to Pay More Than $2 Billion Settlement for Recalls
Barclays analyst Brian Johnson believes that US automaker General Motors will ultimately go for a settlement fund of between $1-$1.5 billion for the customers affected by the recalls. Brian Johnson released ...
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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has had its staff reduced by one-fifth and its budget stagnates for more than 10 years when the Congress decided to strengthen it. Although no ...

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