Car makers supplying the European market are facing a long and possibly fraught legal process following the European Commission’s publication last week of a directive covering pedestrian and cyclist safety. Among other things, the legislation will compel manufacturers to bring in new hood and bumper designs aimed at significantly reducing the severity of injury in accidents with motor vehicles at speeds up to 25 mph (40 km/h). European car makers face tougher pedestrian safety ...
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