WASHINGTON – The National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. is examining several areas in a bid to resolve the debate over headlamp glare – an issue that has attracted about 1,900 public comment submissions. Chief among its deliberations will be whether the Federal Lighting Standard needs revision, delegates to the Society of Automotive Engineers government/industry meeting being held here are told. A preliminary evaluation of the submissions seems to show overwhelming support ...

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