An activist and advocate for higher automobile roof strength standards believes that the federal government’s latest delay will ultimately benefit the consumer. As we have reported in the past, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), a branch of the Department of Transportation, decided in 2005 to boost its archaic standards for roof strength, issuing a deadline of mid-2008 to accomplish that. However, when June 2008 arrived, the NHTSA said it wasn’t ready and deadline was moved back to July. Then to October. Then to December. Now to April … Paula Lawlor, the founder of People Safe in Rollovers Foundation, ... Read More
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