Recall process still waiting for repair
from Automotive News
When Mark Rosekind became the nation's top vehicle safety regulator in 2014, massive recalls of General Motors ignition switches and Takata airbags underscored the difficulty of notifying millions of consumers about dangerous defects and getting their vehicles fixed quickly. Rosekind, who left his job running the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration at the end of the Obama administration, made improving the recall system and maximizing repairs a top priority. In 2015, he hosted a workshop in Washington with a cross section of stakeholders that examined how to increase recall completion rates.
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