Talks underway on requiring used-car recall repairs
from The Detroit News
U.S. Senate staffers, auto industry officials and others held intensive talks recently on a proposal to require recalled used cars to be repaired before being sold, The Detroit News has learned. The proposal — if adopted — would be one of the most significant auto safety reforms in years and pose a challenge for the nation’s 17,000 new-car dealers that sell millions of used cars a year. But it is still unclear how expansive the requirement would be and whether the Republican majority in the Senate will agree to it.
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