WASHINGTON, Aug 19 (Reuters) - Auto safety and consumer groups pressured U.S. automakers and the government on Tuesday to change design features of power windows to improve child safety. Led by a national safety group, "Kids and Cars," the advocates are seeking voluntarily action by auto manufacturers but will also petition federal regulators to force change if necessary. The nonprofit child safety group called on the industry to redesign "rocker" and "toggle" switches so windows cannot ...
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