National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Criticized at Senate Hearing 

17safety2-master675According to a New York Times  story 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. Click here to read more about this story.

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