Automakers want new control rules

Stoffer, Harry
November 2001
Automotive News;11/26/2001, Vol. 76 Issue 5959, p6
Trade Publication
Reports the demand of the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers to revise the federal rules governing automobiles' design of controls and displays in the United States. Decision of the alliance to file a petition for a rule change; Addition of electronics to instrument panels for safety; Reaction of safety advocacy groups on the proposal.


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