Restricting access to factory-installed navigation systems ranks among the most contentious issues facing U.S. auto-industry stakeholders and regulators following today’s announcement of a three-phase campaign to combat distracted driving. The first phase, issued by the U.S. Department of Transportation, consists of 11 guidelines that closely follow an earlier set of protocols developed by the Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers to help drivers stay focused on driving. “We ...

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