As many as 303 people may have been killed in crashes involving General Motors (GM) vehicles with defective ignition switches, according to a study commissioned by the Center for Auto Safety, a Washington D.C.-based consumer watchdog group. GM recalled around 1.6 million automobiles this week. The recall addresses a defect in the ignition switch that may allow the key to slip from the “run” position if the keychain is overweight or the vehicle hits a bump, stalling the engine and cutting off power to the steering, brakes, and airbags. The Center for Auto Safety hired Friedman Research to analyze data from ... Read More
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