David Friedman, who has served as the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s temporary chief this year, said in an interview that the agency, which has been criticized by lawmakers for being too lenient with automakers, had put the industry on notice that problematic vehicles needed to be identified and repaired more quickly or automakers would risk maximum punishment.
David Friedman, who has served as the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s temporary chief this year, said in an interview that the agency, which has been criticized by lawmakers for being too lenient with automakers, had put the industry on notice that problematic vehicles needed to be identified and repaired more quickly or automakers would risk maximum punishment. Lauren Victoria Burke The Associated Press
David Friedman, who has served as the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s temporary chief this year, said in an interview that the agency, which has been criticized by lawmakers for being too lenient with automakers, had put the industry on notice that problematic vehicles needed to be identified and repaired more quickly or automakers would risk maximum punishment. Lauren Victoria Burke The Associated Press

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