Suppliers await NHTSA decision on running lights

Miel, Rhoda
January 2002
Automotive News;1/14/2002, Vol. 76 Issue 5966, p26M
Trade Publication
Reports the request of the General Motors Corp. to the federal government to require all passenger vehicles to have the daytime running lights in the United States. Intention to increase sales and production for lighting supplies; Implementation of the system in Canada and European countries; Advantages and disadvantages of the system.


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