YPSILANTI, MI – Overseas-based auto makers can comply with the TREAD Act’s reporting requirements through their U.S. subsidiaries, but the legislation is nothing to trifle with, warns Erika Z. Jones, former chief counsel of the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin., which administers the legislation. Determine which entity will handle defect reporting duties, and stick with it, Jones tells a “summit” meeting on The Transportation, Recall, Enhancement, Accountability and Documentation ...

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