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NHTSA runs two years late on seat belt warning deadline

Congress passed a law five years ago that required NHTSA to introduce a standard for rear seat safety belt warning systems in new vehicles. Megan Lampinen speaks to the safety advocates now taking it to court

The US government may talk a good game when it comes to stepping up road safety but it is the follow through part that has some industry groups concerned. Seat belt warning systems in particular have come under the spotlight following recent legal action….

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