The European Parliament says it accepts last year’s voluntary agreement between the European Commission and the European Automobile Manufacturers Assn. on improving vehicle design standards to lessen injuries to pedestrians and cyclists, so long as the Commission underpins the deal with broad legal commitments. A new European directive bans the installation of brush grille guards beginning this year These are to be written into safety-net legislation called a “framework ...
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