More and more drivers are opting for vehicles with sunroofs, and automakers are making sunroofs larger and larger, prompting safety advocates who warn this trend is causing an escalating number of people who are killed or injured every year by being fully or partially ejected from the sunroof in an accident. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) currently has no safety regulations in place for the design and manufacture of sunroofs, even though hundreds of people are ejected from them every year in rollover accidents. Ejections occur even when the sunroofs are closed. Approximately 7 million (40 percent) of ... Read More
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