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U.S. Senator urges NHTSA to review early-warning reporting system

On Wednesday, February 26 Senator Edward Markey sent a letter to the National Highway Traffic Safety Association (NHTSA) urging them to amend their early-warning reporting system, citing the death of 13 people as evidence of the system’s ineffectiveness.

General Motors delayed recalling unsafe vehicles, which resulted in injury and death of passengers. Some of the defective vehicles had issues regarding involuntary engine shutdown and airbag deployment failures.

Markey advocated for more transparency when it comes to NHTSA’s evaluation measures by making more information public to “help prevent accidents and deadly crashes.”

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