NHTSA nominated leader wants higher maximum fine, faster recalls
from Auto World News
The national agency that regulates vehicle safety is a step closer to getting a permanent leader, something it has been lacking since January. Mark Rosekind, the Obama administration's choice to head the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, spoke Dec. 3 before a Senate committee, saying that the agency would be more aggressive on behalf of consumers under his leadership.
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