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US Senator urges OEM and NHTSA transparency

The recent ignition switch recall carried out by General Motors, which covered 2.6 million cars and resulted in at least 13 deaths, was discussed in a Science and Transportation hearing held on 7 May. The hearing was entitled "Surface Transportation Reauthorization: Progress, Challenges, and Next Steps," and saw US Senator Edward Markey enter into the … Continued

The recent ignition switch recall carried out by General Motors, which covered 2.6 million cars and resulted in at least 13 deaths, was discussed in a Science and Transportation hearing held on 7 May. The hearing was entitled "Surface Transportation Reauthorization: Progress, Challenges, and Next Steps," and saw US Senator Edward Markey enter into the record a previously unreleased document sent by GM to the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) in 2007, containing information about the accident involving a Chevy Cobalt that killed two Wisconsin teenagers.

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