The U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. reportedly is proposing rules that would standardize vehicle display symbols, including warning lights. NHTSA says although it dropped the issue a few years ago due to lack of support from the public or auto industry, it feels cars are more complicated now than ever before. “We tentatively conclude that requiring vehicle controls and displays to be consistently identified by means of an internationally recognized set of graphics in all ...

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