PARIS – The European Parliament approves a compromise deal struck between its transport committee and the European Union Council of Ministers over a directive on pedestrian protection that will set up certification tests for frontal protection systems, such as bull bar accessories. The legislation is designed to complement a voluntary commitment by European auto makers to stop fitting to the front of vehicles "rigid bull bars" that cause the worst pedestrian injuries, allowing the industry ...
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