WASHINGTON – One of the nation’s leading safety advocates says if the U.S. government ditches corporate average fuel economy standards in favor of rules limiting carbon-dioxide emissions, as the new Obama Admin. has suggested in recent weeks, regulators must retain a weight/sizing index or risk an uptick in injuries and deaths from car crashes. Insurance Institute for Highway Safety President Adrian Lund also thinks the nation should lower the speed limit and reiterates the group’s desire ...

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