A new federal rule requiring two locking latches on sliding doors isn’t likely to be an obstacle for Chrysler Group as it readies its all-important ’08 minivan lineup, the auto maker’s top product executive says. The National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. recently revised its safety rules to require all sliding doors on vans have a second latch. The new safeguard is designed to keep unbelted passengers, primarily children, from being thrown from the vehicle in the event of a crash. ...
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