Automakers agree to share info to improve safety, reduce recalls
from Chicago Tribune via Detroit Free Press
The U.S. government and a group of 18 automakers said Jan. 15 they are committed to exploring new ways to improve automotive safety and expressed a willingness to share information and best practices about ways to track data and defects. The commitment comes on the heels of a two-year period of automotive history characterized by record-setting numbers of recalls, record civil penalties levied by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and a number of congressional hearings to investigate companies including General Motors, Takata and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles.
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