National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Criticized at Senate Hearing 

17safety2-master675According to a New York Times story www.nytimes.com at a recent Senate subcommittee hearing, the nation’s top auto regulator encountered severe censor when they failed to timely release the discovery of a fatal defect in General Motors cars. David Friedman, the deputy administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, alleged that GM had criminally withheld important data from the agency.