PARIS – The European Commission releases its anticipated proposal for banning the fitting of rigid bull bars on light vans and passenger cars, including SUVs, in the European Union, following a call for action from the European Parliament. European Commission is seeking to ban bull bars on cars, SUVs and vans. The proposed legislation results from a series of talks between the Commission and auto makers in Europe, Japan and South Korea that promised not to install the bull ...

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